The viral video shows a group of trainee auctioneers counting bids in unison, leaving some mesmerized and others comparing it to a cult.
The New Jersey district made the move instead of choosing between Columbus Day holiday and Indigenous People's Day.
The teacher was placed on administrative leave following the incident.
Connell High School in Washington state was also fined and will not be permitted to host any basketball contests this year after the students' racist comments.
The state Board of Education said new rules would be put into place to protect schoolchildren from curricula that might "distort historical events."
At one point, the young student told the driver, "You don't have to cuss at me like that." The driver has since been fired.
Ohio lawmakers must reconcile differences in their versions of the state's K-12 education plan this month, bringing the issue to the center of the debate of a $75 billion two-year budget.
The retired principal and nun of a California Catholic elementary school allegedly stole money from school accounts to pay for personal expenses, including gambling trips.
Two pages of West Broward High School yearbook featured students discussing their participation in the movement.
Chloe Vivian Kreutzer, a student in the ninth grade, had publicly identified as female for more than a year.
The 18-year-old was initially denied his diploma after wearing a Mexican flag draped over his graduation gown at Asheboro High School in North Carolina.
Casey Garcia explained that she filmed her videos to show the lack of security in place at the facility.
Alexandra Garcia, from Florida, claimed she tried to walk again after her initial attempt was ruined by someone screaming.
The principal of Glastonbury High School told parents and guardians that police have been called to investigate the incident.
Blake Wolfe, from Ohio, has completed an estimated 2,184 days of school since he began kindergarten in 2009.
The state barred schools from teaching the practice in 1993.
The man told the school board to "stop trying to incite division among us" during a heated meeting in Palm Beach.
Parents said the actions of Krista Gneiting, a math teacher at Rigby Middle School in Idaho, saved lives.
Charlee Funes, 13, was "slammed into the pavement face first," leading to her losing half of one of her front teeth, according to her family.
The San Juan Unified School District denounced the "long-standing symbol of hate," which was displayed at Rio Americano High School in Sacramento.
The friends uncovered a gap in a wooden floor just big enough to squeeze through—and then a dark staircase.
In a decree sent to schools across France, the country's education ministry aimed to end the use of midpoints that designate both masculine and feminine endings to words.
After a year of less-than-ideal learning conditions, we'll encounter struggle no matter what. The question is: Can we make that struggle productive? And are we bold enough to embrace it?
Authorities in Louisiana launched an investigation after receiving a complaint from a parent of one of the teenagers involved in the case.
"If you don't have the question, you can just pretend like your mic doesn't work," a fifth grade student said while speaking about distance learning to President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden on Monday.
The teacher is accused of singling out Black students during outbursts apparently caught on video.
In Arizona parents protested ahead of a school board meeting against their district's mask mandate, and then attempted to elect their own board members.
Using the phrase "boys don't cry" and even the word "guys" is not acceptable at the school.