“Students are overwhelmingly gracious, because a lot of the time, they’re just looking for someone to affirm their experiences," says one of the Syracuse University professors lending support.
Parents' income and education level, coupled with geographic location, are still a significant barrier to technology access.
A company in Alabama refused to print the diversity and inclusion issue of a student magazine, citing religious beliefs.
Middle school students protested their principal for refusing to provide free tampons in school by baking tampon-shaped cookies.
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.
A Trump administration plan could cause a ripple effect, eliminating free school lunches to 500,000 children in need.
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 mother claims that an eighth-grade teacher threatened and cut her daughter's hair, and that he was allegedly suspended for only three days while the school performed an internal investigation.
Four Colorado State University students, who wore blackface in a photo, will not face punishment. According to university officials, they are practicing their First Amendment rights.
Parents and students are upset over a New Jersey school board proposal to give any student who has a lunch debt of over $10 only tuna fish sandwiches. Those owing more than $20 would receive no lunch at all.
A middle school teacher in Collinsville, Okla. is making her classroom a kinder place by encouraging her students to open up about their emotional baggage.
A group of high school students in Kentucky are fighting for the rights of their LGBTQ peers after two were forced out of pride shirts.
The updated dress code is meant to ensure students are not unfairly disciplined for clothing choices based on their "gender/gender identification, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, body type/size, religion, and personal style."
Judd and Bethany Davis found out about a shooting at their son's school in Alabama while reporting on it for a local news station.
Three high school student-athletes were hospitalized after they almost drowned, and had to be rescued from a swimming pool. Authorities say they are investigating the incident.
When you’re away at college, it's easy to spend money on things you don’t necessarily need — or worse, rack up credit card debt. Yahoo Finance writers Kristin Myers and Daniel Roberts share their tips on how to manage your money in college.
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Three designers share their best tips for not only maximizing the small space, but also decorating it so your college dorm room reflects your personality.
Experts share their tips on the best ways to take care of your mental and physical health while in college.
“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.