The school resource officer has reportedly been placed on paid leave amid an investigation into the incident in North Carolina.
A place that had once been so safe and happy became full of anxiety, sadness and fear.
The incident at a San Antonio middle school highlights the state's youth gun violence issue, with Texas leading the U.S. in unintentional shootings by children.
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A 13-year-old faces assault charges in the attack, which the mother said came after her son was bullied about his ethnicity.
One word -- solidarity -- links Brace Belden's disparate activities.
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After the initial shock of his son's death subsided, Azim realized that there are victims on both sides of the gun.
Kids at one Massachusetts middle school stunned their teacher by breaking out into song at his engagement brunch.
School officials denied the strip search, but parents said their students were traumatized after being asked to remove their clothes.
The 11-year-old isn't related to Donald Trump, but he's still been bullied over his presidential surname.
Police caught an 11- and 12-year-old with multiple weapons and say they were "willing to drink blood and possibly eat flesh."
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A study finds that school-based practices for LGBTQ students has surged in the past 8 years.
HuffPost discovered that Florida teacher Dayanna Volitich was promoting white nationalist views online under the pseudonym “Tiana Dalichov.” Parents say her views often showed up in the classroom.
The school district said it began investigating immediately after HuffPost raised questions about the teacher.
It's safe to say things turned out pretty well for her.
More than 600 people answered a call for local men to attend a “Breakfast with Dads,” an event to bring middle schoolers and “father figures” together for a meal.