Students and parents of the Fort Bend, Texas middle school reported to news outlets that the teacher "lost control."
When a middle school teacher shared with his class that he hadn't eaten that morning, his class stepped up, albeit with some sugary treats.
The three-second clip does not provide any context to the statement, but has been met with outrage since being shared across social media.
The question asked whether Chinese traditions include the eating of dogs, cutting off rude people's lips or beating thieving children with canes.
Unions are calling for teachers to be vaccinated, but Newsom is refusing to budge and pushing on with his plan to reopen schools.
One boy, 12, is a seventh grader, and the other, 11, attends sixth grade.
"A 2015 study showed that the start of puberty is actually a trigger for marked declines in parents' feelings of 'self-efficacy.'"
"Parents shouldn't micromanage. And trying to 'work things out' with other parents just about always backfires."
A Florida boy reportedly stole what he thought was his classmate's body spray but got a big surprise when he sprayed himself and discovered it was pepper spray, sending at least 40 classmates to the hospital.
The encounter took place during the second half of the girls' game when the referee asked the man to leave the gym during a timeout after cursing and yelling over calls made during the contest.
The driver of the bus, which was taking students home from Buffalo Creek Middle School, made all of the kids exit the vehicle while he called emergency services.
An Atlanta middle school teacher resigned after a video surfaced showing him describing a sexualized "first kiss" scene that left parents speechless.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said that the kids would eventually get the school "but right now we've got a national emergency on our hands."
A Wilmington, Delaware sixth grader who was bullied and shamed at school simply for being named "Joshua Trump" received a national anti-bullying award Saturday.
Parents of students at a Cincinnati middle school were incensed by a letter sent home saying that Afros and dreadlocks would be banned from an upcoming winter concert, and that girls should visit a cosmetologist the night before the event.
The parents of children in a New Jersey middle school said they were outraged after learning a social studies teacher had the class read a fictionalized short story about Islamophobia titled "My Name Is Osama" on September 11.
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The 13-year-old female pitcher was given the title Monday by Sports Illustrated Kids.