A Florida high school principal has been formally reprimanded for providing 336 students with a "placebo" AP test, which they took believing a good grade would have resulted in earning college credits.
A superintendent in California is standing by his decision to allow a janitor to wear a mask and carry a fake gun around an elementary school's campus during an active shooter drill as, he believes, it made the drill more "realistic."
The Fairfax County school board was scheduled to meet on Monday to discuss renaming schools named after Confederate soldiers, as the board has "recognized that Confederate values are ones that do not align with our community."
The Roanoke County Public School Board Chairman called the new policy the “most progressive, non-gender biased dress codes in the state," but not everyone is on board.
Florida principal William Latson told the mom that some families don't believe the WWII atrocities occurred.
The history teacher said Adolf Hitler "did many great things" when asked to name his favorite person in history.
The 11-year-old girl's T-shirt didn't properly cover her backside, the school allegedly said.
An elementary school student was left with burns on his face after his teacher performed a common science experiment, which exploded in his face.
A public middle school in Ohio has taken down a historic Ten Commandments plaque from its auditorium entrance after a Wisconsin-based watchdog group called for its removal.
The survey was posted at a New York City high school with only a two percent white student population.
Torians Adaryll Hughes reportedly doesn't have teaching credentials, but he worked as a social studies teacher at a North Carolina high school.
An unidentified student claims that Deven Antani were shown a photo of the gun after filing a complaint with the school on his "inappropriate" behavior.
“He’s doing something great so I thought we should do something great for him," said Patricia Lozano, an assistant principal at Hackensack High School in New Jersey.
The school superintendent hopes that renaming the school will mark the beginning of a new era for the former capital of the Confederate states by honoring a leader who “represents the great promise of America.”
A Minnesota resident shared screenshots of a racist post and its responses, pointing out that they were made by her “own neighbors,” who need to “understand the gravity of their words.”
“I think it's easier for people to believe that I left teaching because of the lousy pay,” wrote Jessica Gentry. “Some would allow them to assume that. That ain't me. The filter comes off now.”
“The world was just so much brighter and more full of life than I had seen it. I didn’t realize that everything was this pretty,” says Gigi Valoy.
“The staff reminds us to love ourselves every day, but if you want us to love ourselves so desperately, then why tell us to cover ourselves when you see us?” one student said.
“I felt very bad because I don’t think this should be given, not only to my son, not to any kid, because every kid struggles in school,” said Desiree Perez.
Those with autism spectrum disorder commonly “wander or bolt from safe settings,” according to the National Autism Association. The mom says the punishment is "outrageous."
“This isn’t the legacy that our school wants to leave but this is the legacy that they’re leaving,” said one disgruntled student.
An elementary school teacher responded to a Parkland shooting survivor's tweet with a video of himself and his sons holding and shooting guns. The video has since been deleted.
The boy’s parent and a school guidance counselor tried to search for supplies to fix the shoe, but Vohn Lewis intervened and told them it wasn’t necessary because he wore the same size shoes as the student.
A 5th grade teacher gave his students haircuts before their graduation ceremony to make sure they were confident and polished for their big day.
Parents and students have pushed back against the school district's changes and asked them to reconsider.