A Texas high school teacher gave students a "fake news" assignment intended to illustrate the power of creating and distributing false information -- it resonated far more than expected.
Rebecca Sparrow, 37, told the court: "You all expected more from me—and I let you down."
While some parents were upset about the high school assignment, others defended the teacher and said he encouraged students to think for themselves.
The high school dancer was also excluded from team socials, the lawsuit claims.
In the United States, 1.3 million more high school students use e-cigarettes now than in 2017.
High schools that start at later times in the day allow students to get more sleep without moving their bedtime and are correlated with improved grades and better attendance.
"The school's leadership has pulled the assignment, is instituting an approved review process of all such materials and regrets that this incident occurred. Broward County Public Schools is working with the publisher to make them aware of our concerns."
At least 700 high school students have been arrested nationwide.
Half of U.S. high school students and teachers said they have little or no trust in the news media to report events accurately and without bias, a series of nationwide surveys found.
A video recorded at an Indiana high school basketball game between Cathedral and Center Grove Friday night showed a student faking a seizure to mock an opposing player with epilepsy.
Many of the candidates thought the word meant the same as "significant."
"I made a mistake on Friday during our skit assignment. I let a student wear an inappropriate costume that was unacceptable and hurt many people's feelings," the teacher said in an apology letter.
Local police responded to reports of an active shooter in the community of Hampstead, North Carolina.
"We are investigating the matter, and discipline will be rendered as detailed in our district disciplinary policy."
The parents allegedly told the Hispanic students to "speak English" and "This is America."
"At no point in time is this acceptable. At any school, at any performance, in any town."
The school principal says the scheme will "promote cycling."
"My daughter died. You still have not introduced common-sense reform."
From North Dakota to Wyoming, these are the states that pay the most for workers without degrees.
"Did you ever get in trouble? Were you more of a John Boy Walton-type or a Ferris Bueller-type?" Sen. John Kennedy asked Kavanaugh.
An Idaho middle-school science teacher is set to face trial next month over animal cruelty charges related to a March incident in which he allegedly fed a live, sick puppy to a snapping turtle during class.
Blackouts will continue until the exam season ends on June 25.
Students at Juanita High School voted to keep their "Rebels" mascot after several petitions ensnared the Kirkland, Washington, community into a debate on symbols of racial hate, the Confederacy and U.S. history.