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The Saginaw School District has a plan in place for the next two years, and it took nearly two months to figure it out.
Charges have been upgraded for a Clarksville man accused of hanging a dead horse from a tree on his property.
Fewer teachers are expected to be laid off this year than the previous four school terms according to the state's largest teachers union.
The Iowa City Community School District plans to eliminate 35 teacher positions and at least one administrator position for the upcoming school year as it looks to cut spending.
State election officials say more than 11,000 17-year-old students across Illinois have registered to vote in the March 18 primary under a new state law.
An upstate New York school district is responding after one of its kindergarten students was sent to the wrong school Wednesday.
Lexington police say when they started hunting for people accessing and distributing child pornography six weeks ago they discovered that some of Fayette County's youngest students were involved in the crime.
South Dakota State University will be hosting an art competition for high school students from across the state.
A retired San Juan Unified School District teacher is under investigation for allegedly videotaping underage girls without their knowledge for his own sexual gratification.
A middle-school boy could face criminal charges for allegedly forcing a girl into sexual acts after he received sexually explicit photos of her on his cellphone, and several other students at four middle schools are under investigation for exchanging inappropriate images, police said.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that allows seventh and eighth grade students to get high school credits.
Officials at an upstate New York school district say a kindergartner spent a day at the wrong school after getting on the wrong bus.
The legislation approved Thursday would prohibit public school districts from using "radio frequency identification technology" to track to location of students or transmit information about them.
The House voted 65-28 Thursday for the bill and sent it to the Senate for consideration.