"For a man that would never meet me, to give me basically a full ride to college, that's incredible. That doesn't happen," says Kira Conrad of Dale Schroeder's incredible generosity
"She came down in tears, saying 'The rumor is true. I took a fake test," said the mother of one student at Mainland High School in Daytona Beach.
The proposed measures aims to combat "contract cheating," when students have another person write assignments or even take exams for them.
In Pennsylvania, legislators passed a bipartisan bill expanding education opportunities for military families, proving Republicans and Democrats can still work together.
"Whatever action the college does or doesn't do, people are saying we should be held responsible. That's an unsustainable outcome."
Days after Indianapolis's Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School refused to axe a gay teacher, Cathedral High School fired an LGBT instructor rather than lose its status as a Catholic institution.
"We... recognize the harm that adhering to this mandate would cause our highly capable and qualified teachers and staff," said Father William Verbryke.
"One night it just hit me: I had the means to help people," said Florida Tech senior Roland Hesmondhalgh, who donates his leftover funds every spring.
Pauline Hoffman alleges St. Bonventure University passed her over for promotion and pressured her to resign as dean because of her religion.
"I think I know what President Trump would say," a Republican state representative who proposed a bill requiring schools to name one valedictorian and one salutatorian told Newsweek.
Swedish Democrats on Skurup City Council have proposed banning bilingual students from speaking other languages during class and break to promote "faster integration."
"This is a type of bullying by the teachers," said Desiree Perez, whose son just completed sixth grade at Normandin Middle School in New Bedford.
It aims to teach high schoolers about mental health.
The Dallas district apologized, saying "it is never our intent to censor anyone's freedom of speech."
"As a parent, I find it unconscionable that information about my child could be denied or withheld because of the language I speak," said Amy Leipziger, a senior staff attorney at Legal Services NYC.
"One of my education promises is I will not appoint anyone to be Secretary of Education who has not taught in a public school," Warren told voters in Michigan on Tuesday.
Officials insist there is no "credible" evidence tying the school's location to the illnesses.
It's true—if you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten said it was "the height of hypocrisy" for DeVos to criticize teachers.
When the education secretary is outside Washington, she is an advocate for reading. Once back inside the Beltway, she ducks into a backroom and champions radical cuts.
"Disgraced former officials should not be offered cushy fellowships to rehabilitate their image," a spokesperson for advocacy group Restore Public Trust said.
"Problem Areas" returns to HBO on Friday.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York called on students and parents to demand progress rather than fight with one another over admission to a handful of prestigious institutions.
Our educational system is not set up to provide students with enough opportunities to learn the skills a 21st-century economy demands.
The report warned of "critical gaps in general Holocaust awareness and detailed Holocaust knowledge," especially among young people.
"There is a lot more room in the Democratic Party for those who support public education," state Representative Stephanie Clayton said.
Many of the candidates thought the word meant the same as "significant."