Anthony Ribeiro, 17, said that he was left feeling "negated" after two teachers from Toms River High School North in New Jersey told him to take down his Donald Trump flag during an online lesson.
While it is unclear if the student was filming the incident for social media, fake kidnappings during Zoom classes have become a TikTok trend.
The 17-year old student was asked by a teacher to take down the flag or leave the class. After the teacher told him for a second time, he left the online class.
The new "20/20" special chronicles Paige Winter's recovery after being attacked by a shark in 2019. It follows her through receiving a prosthetic leg, as well as important high school milestones.
Investigators were reported to have seen a rise in "Zoombombing" incidents since the spring, according to the FBI.
The school district's superintendent opted to postpone the game in the interest of keeping students safe, after the violent and racially motivated social media posts began circulating.
They took videos of themselves after finding out that a friend tested positive after a night out on the town.They said who they thought would test positive and why.
Despite being bullied and dealing with the grief of my mother's death I began drawing, and it soon became a habit. Then, I started to really develop another creative outlet that has helped and empowered me over the years: my poetry.
All student activities have been canceled by the school through August 9 following the latest infections.
Student-athletes at a high school in Tyler, Texas are boycotting the school's jerseys until the school board cuts ties to its Confederate general namesake.
A high school graduation and prom may not seem a big deal to adults, but this is major for high school seniors—it's their rite of passage.
Collins Hill High School's principal says the school will be investigating an "inappropriate and racist" photo printed in the yearbook before taking "appropriate action with those involved."
Barack and Michelle Obama will deliver a virtual commencement address alongside other celebrities for "YouTube's Dear Class of 2020" ceremony to honor graduates.
A lot of the other college students didn't realize my age when I started taking full-time classes at Stark State College when I was 14 years-old.
After a free donut giveaway from Krispy Kreme this week, the class of 2020 can now enjoy a free pizza from Pizza Hut.
Our break up memory is a blur. I don't mean metaphorically: I couldn't see a thing, because I stepped on my glasses into the bargain. Literally blind to the situation, I insisted on hanging on...
"We can't have vigilante groups just wandering around our county, intimidating people with guns," attorney Lea said Thursday.
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Several users of Twitter, where the request was made, are hoping the former U.S. president will agree to the speech.
"I almost cried," said a user of Six Feet Supplies, a charity started by teenagers who shop for those susceptible to COVID-19.
One of the groups behind the lawsuit has drawn scrutiny for its history of pursuing religious liberty cases that often aim to curtail LGBT rights.
Students from Madison East High School in Wisconsin found "several" hidden cameras in their rooms during their stay at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Minneapolis.
A resolution in the Missouri Senate would only allow high school transgender athletes to compete with those who share the gender they were born as in statewide events.
Evangelist Franklin Graham expressed his outrage over an Ohio school district's decision to allow transgender students unrestricted locker room access in a pair of tweets.
The ruins of a forgotten largely African American cemetery were apparently found buried underneath a Florida high school after scans revealed 145 coffins on school property, officials announced Wednesday.
"If a kid makes those kind of statements... they have to pay the price for it," a sheriff's office spokesperson said. "If a teacher makes them they have to be held accountable just as well."
More than 5 million high school and middle school students used e-cigarettes in 2019, up from 3.6 million the year before, despite prevention efforts.
Police in a Detroit suburb are seeking felony charges against five individuals they believe are responsible for online threats made against a local Catholic High School by a figures wearing Guy Fawkes masks.