A student at a New Jersey prep school, responding to a teacher's resignation over the school's adoption of anti-racist policy and curricula, wrote in a letter that the school's teachings made him feel like "worthless scum undeserving of living."
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.
At Rhodes College, the fee is meant to cover the cost of weekly testing that unvaccinated students will have to undergo.
Florida joins four other states that are looking to implement laws allowing student athletes to make money from their name, image and likeness as of July 1.
"We were just all confused, like why should we take it down, what's the main reason you want us to take it down?" a student at the school said.
The community college erased the outstanding debt of more than 60 students in this year's graduating class.
The AFT told Newsweek that it is awaiting vaccine authorization for kids under age 12 before mask requirements are lifted in schools. The CDC said school guidance remains unchanged despite new recommendations that fully vaccinated Americans can take off their masks in most indoor settings.
A woman was arrested after police were flagged that she was impersonating a high school student in an effort to increase her Instagram following.
"She and two others attended a gathering off-campus and were immediately removed from housing and suspended," a father said.
Authorities in Louisiana launched an investigation after receiving a complaint from a parent of one of the teenagers involved in the case.
The Canadian high school teacher was immediately replaced after a video allegedly showed him masturbating in front of students.
After completing their first year of law school from home, a group of students decided to thank their professor in a very creative way.
In an increasingly technology-dependent workplace, how do you adapt to the changing environment?
During a mock DUI crash, intended to educate students about the dangers of drunk driving on prom night, an intoxicated driver sped through the scene, nearly hitting several participants.
When the sixth grader explained to the bus driver that his face mask had fallen because he was out of breath from running to the bus, the driver told him, "Since George Floyd, that's what you all say, but I don't see a knee on your neck."
The State University of Aerospace Instrumentation in St. Petersburg, Russia, told students on Wednesday that protesting in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny would get them expelled.
"Many of our students of color, especially those who identify as Black, felt that the letter questioned their belonging in the Brearley community," school head Jane Fried said. "Their belonging and their excellence are unquestionable."
Five former officers allege that the University of Utah hid evidence to make it easier "to scapegoat or blame" them after Lauren McCluskey, 21, was killed in 2018.
"We shouldn't go back to the schools of March 2020—that's a low bar," Cardona said.
Should amateurism end without proper regulations in place, student-athletes would risk being tossed from one exploitive situation to another without their best interests in mind.
President Biden is set to sign three executive orders targeting gun violence on Thursday, but student activists are calling on the president to do more with his executive authority.
"It is unfathomable to me that you felt it appropriate to force my child to watch George Floyd's murder on television in your classroom," the Cedar Hill High School parents' letter to administrators read.
The curfew could be in place through April as needed, city officials said following a meeting on Sunday.
Whether we like it or not, current students will live and work in an increasingly interconnected world in which foreign language skills will be more essential than ever.
Prospective grads want an in-person commencement ceremony this May, arguing that large gatherings can be done specifically and pointing to the city's decision to host the Super Bowl last month.
Enhanced safety measures were imposed on Miami Beach from late February, in anticipation of the spring break crowds.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC, warned: "We are really trying to restrain travel at this current period of time."
The deadlines in some states have passed, while in California the deadline for many state financial aid programs for the 2021-2022 academic year is March 2.
There is a benefit of fast-tracking the elimination of copious amount of student loan debt now, leading the economically fragile into a new world of opportunity.
Places of higher education must do better and work beyond their perfectly scripted Title IX precautions to listen to survivors.