President Donald Trump has pulled funding from schools and defense projects to pay for his border wall.
The former mayor’s education work made him a national darling. But the people of Newark are ambivalent about his reforms.
Where does a peanut butter and jelly rank vs. tuna salad or turkey and Swiss?
The measure, which goes into effect immediately, includes an exception for school resource officers and other law enforcement staff on campus.
A letter sent to parents in Pennsylvania's Wyoming Valley West School District says parents could be taken to court over children's lunch debt.
Students will receive at least five hours of classes each year, beginning in the 6th grade.
Research shows that 40% of high school students have little or no interest in school.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker's order mandates schools have safe spaces for LGBTQ youth and establishes a task force to craft policies supporting nonbinary students.
The Indiana religious school discriminates against LGBTQ people while receiving millions in taxpayer dollars.
While the donor said he has no doubt Alabama is retaliating over his call for a boycott, the university said the dispute has nothing to do with that.
Jefferson County Superintendent Jason Glass said he's considering demolishing the Colorado school and building a new one, according to local reports.
But Andrew Moffat’s inclusive lessons don’t sit well with some angry parents.
“Random people delivering Thai food is not part of our safety plan.”
Dr. Samuel Stanley Jr., the former president of Stony Brook, will be the fourth person to lead the school since Lou Anna K. Simon stepped down last year.
They've worked hard all school year. Here's what they'd prefer you get them as their summer break approaches.
"My kids feel like they don’t have anyone," West Side High School Principal Akbar Cook said. "I’m truly humbled.”
A Penn-Trafford School District teacher wore a checkered scarf around his head during an active shooter drill earlier this year — and some say it looks like a kaffiyeh.
The outfits sparked controversy online, with many criticizing the students for appropriating and mocking black culture.
The yogurt maker and others have donated to Warwick Public Schools in Rhode Island to ensure kids there aren’t “lunch shamed.”
The gift from a foundation created in the name of the police shooting victim comes amid national debate over shaming in public schools for unpaid lunch bills.