After a female Muslim student refused to remove her hoodie, because she did not want to show her bare arms, a small group of students began to protest.
A teacher used Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" to create custom lyrics to boost her 2nd-grade students' self-esteem.
A professor at Texas Southern University offered to hold a student's newborn son so she was able to engage in the class discussion and take notes.
A parent opens up about why she's keeping her kid home on Halloween — while others are hitting out at claims that Halloween events aren't inclusive.
The school district made headlines earlier this year for proposing a policy in which students who owe over $10 in lunch debt would only be provided a tuna fish sandwich, while those $20 in debt would receive no lunch at all.
After author Jennine Capó Crucet gave a lecture about diversity at Georgia Southern University, followed by a tense Q&A that brought up white privilege, a group of students gathered to burn her book.
A third grader in Michigan was pulled out of school pictures and put in the principal's office because of a hairstyle that the school deemed "extreme."
With more teens glued to their smartphone screens than ever before, schools are beginning to ban the device from classrooms altogether — and both teachers and students are ecstatic.
After an eight-year-old student lost everything in a house fire, his third grade peers came together to throw a surprise Toy Drive.
On Wednesday, a letter was sent home to parents in Jeffersonville, Ind. informing them the school would be implementing a "zero dating policy" for 5th graders, and stated they had two days to end their relationships.
Karin Selchert was a teacher for four years before leaving to become a plumber who makes double. "I loved my job," she says. "It breaks my heart."
Teachers spend hundreds — sometimes thousands — of dollars on supplies for their classrooms and students each year. "I wish we had more funding and support," says one.
A teacher at a Long Island middle school is under investigation for allegedly telling students to write a "funny" caption underneath photos of slavery.
Elementary school students in Houston, Texas are navigating their flooded hallway by walking on benches. "Nobody's gonna believe this," one teacher says.
School district officials have reversed their decision to ban cheerleaders' from holding a tribute to their murdered classmate after facing backlash from the community.
Sandy Hook Promise is reminding people of the anxiety that students face as they head back to the classroom after one of the deadliest years for school violence.
On Thursday, a principal at an elementary school in Pennsylvania, estimates that at least 95 percent of students wore orange in an effort to stand up to bullying.
Residents at Spokane's Riverview Retirement Community posed for their own rendition of those "back to school" photos and offered advice to current students in the process.
A bus driver is being praised after a photo of her helping a student cope on his first day of school was shared on social media.
Purdue's University Senate Leadership will hold a vote in October regarding the fate of a proposed Chick-fil-A, expected to open on campus in 2020.
A new University of Michigan annual survey has shown an increase in marijuana use among college students, news which comes on the heels of reports that some THC vape pens are causing "severe lung damage."
According to a parent, "straight kids" entered the meeting, holding hands, while shouting, "This is what's right!"
The first-grader's family says the little girl was supposed to be put on a school bus, but she wound up embarking on the 25-minute walk alone.
A teacher in Texas, lost his job for suggesting that a Hispanic student, who didn’t address him as “Sir,” could be deported. The 14-year-old student is an American citizen.