The history teacher said Adolf Hitler "did many great things" when asked to name his favorite person in history.
“This isn’t the legacy that our school wants to leave but this is the legacy that they’re leaving,” said one disgruntled student.
A family in Pennsylvania is in "pain" after seeing that their deceased daughter had been omitted from her high school's yearbook.
A photo from the class of 1968 with the words “Go Dogs,” featuring a Confederate flag in the background, was one of the photos printed on the yearbook cover.
A 16-year-old and his friend wore their MAGA hats to show support of Trump during their school's spirit week in October. A photo taken of them at that time made it to the yearbook, with a noticeable edit.
The photo was taken in September at a football game in which fans were encouraged to wear black clothing to support the team. Some students wore blackface.
A high school in California is addressing 'culturally insensitive' photos of its world language faculty in its latest yearbook.
The yearbooks from the Illinois high school reportedly cost $45 each and a total of $80,000 for the school to print.
As the Aerie staff passed out the 2018- 2019 yearbook, Stoneman Douglas students were ecstatic to find two rows of the school’s furry friends, smiling with their tongues out.
Susan Parsons, a teacher in New Jersey, is a Trump supporter herself, and was forced to edit the photo.