Texas school districts are, by law, permitted to refer a student to juvenile court if he or she has amassed 10 or more unexcused
Affirmative Action Supreme Court Hearing: Does The Practice Violate 'Equal Protection' Under 14th Amendment?
“The students who are not automatically admitted bring tremendous talents, they can be somebody who’s student body president
New Hampshire school board member Paul Butler's proposal to ban football from Dover and its schools has surprised and upset
So in 2010, Obama announced that in exchange for the waivers, states could agree to a plan that included parts of the Obama
Patricia Whitney, West Haven High School Assistant Principal, Resigns After Allegedly Throwing Hamburger At Student
Whitney has been in administrative trouble in the past. She had also been placed on paid leave in 2009 following an altercation
Adam 'Ademo' Mueller, CopBlock.org Founder, Sentenced To 3 Months For Wiretapping After Reporting School Police Brutality
Still, Mueller pleaded his case, noting that he "didn't cause them any harm -- physical or otherwise," adding that he called
Adam 'Ademo' Mueller, Journalist And CopBlock.org Founder, Faces 21 Years In Jail After Reporting School Police Brutality
Harrington was suspended for 12 days and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Assistant Hillsborough County
What is the objection to International Baccalaureate? Because the program is available across the globe, encourages students to learn a second language and teaches students about other cultures, the conspiratorial-right is claiming the program is part of a plot to erode American sovereignty.
No Child Left Behind's Adequate Yearly Progress Report Labels All Nashua Schools 'In Need Of Improvement'
In all, more than 70 percent of New Hampshire schools failed to make AYP in 2012, but Commissioner Virginia Barry says the
Two anti-evolution bills have just been introduced and will be taken up by the New Hampshire legislature in February.
Like most New Yorkers, my husband and I knew that finding an appropriate school for our son was not going to be a cakewalk. Negotiating the New York City school system is practically a rite of passage for parents who live here. But while most parents seek a school that satisfies traditional criteria such as high test scores and general academic achievement, I had an additional standard in mind as we explored nearly two dozen schools: I wanted to find a school for my son where he would would have peers and mentors who are black.