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A lawsuit filed Tuesday says gay students are routinely bullied in a south Mississippi school district, including a lesbian who was forced to sit alone in the middle of a classroom when others were split into groups of boys and girls.
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2 hrs ago | Courier-Post
The new school superintendent in Camden, N.J., says it was a "kick-in-the-stomach moment" when he learned that only three district high school students who took the SAT this year scored as college-ready.
5 hrs ago | Sunherald.com
The Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute is held each summer at Quartz Mountain Resort in southwestern Oklahoma.
A northeast Ohio school district and two villages were flagged for fiscal distress by the state auditor on Tuesday, an unusually high weekly tally that the state auditor says he'd like to combat with a new alarm system of sorts.
Most New Jersey school districts will try out a new standardized test next year before it goes statewide in 2015.
A suburban Albuquerque teacher who told a black student that Santa Claus is white has been placed on paid administrative leave.
The U.S. Department of Education is sending $120 million directly to five groups of schools to help them train teachers and give students a better opportunity.
Students at a Florida high school named after an honorary Ku Klux Klan leader say they are happy that their school will soon be renamed.
As school districts across Florida reach agreements with teacher's unions on pay increases, one major public school district is having trouble reaching a settle with it's teacher's union.
Charleston County School Superintendent Nancy McGinley and other school officials are joining representatives of Santee Cooper and the Berkeley Electric Cooperative at Haut Gap Middle School on Tuesday.
The Sacramento Bee reports 10 women, past and present employees, have sued the district, claiming they were subject to Thompson's unprovoked, angry and violent outbursts One former administrator said in court papers that she was threatened with demotion to custodian after she complained about Thompson's behavior.
More than two years after a powerful tornado ripped through their city, students and parents in Joplin, Mo., are seeing the finishing touches put on new school buildings for the first time.
The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office is allowing school district administrators back into the Arapahoe High School facility where a gunman shot a student at point-blank range before killing himself.
Schools across North Carolina are dealing with a sharp cut in funding to buy textbooks for students.
The Supreme Court has turned away an appeal from sisters in western Pennsylvania who sued the local school system for its failure to stop another student from verbally and physically assaulting them in 2008.
A father says he will stop at nothing to get a teacher fired after making what he calls racist remarks toward his son who has autism.