Juan Diaz Romero

A man duped a Brooklyn high school into going on a spending spree after he donated a $1.5 million check that turned out to be fake.

Teachers and staffers at Brooklyn’s High School for Enterprise, Business and Technology in East Williamsburg thought they hit the Lottery when Juan Diaz Romero came calling with a $1.5 million check in November.

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NCAA title IX

The NCAA won’t punish Catholic universities and colleges that file for exemptions from gender identity provisions in Title IX.

LGBT groups sent a letter signed by over 80 “lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ), sports, religious and youth advocacy groups” to the NCAA on March 9.

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cory hunter

Cory Hunter, the teacher who told a 16-year-old female student her “only purpose” was to “have sex and have babies” resigned after the story hit the fan.

Hunter resigned from his position as a teacher in the Greene County, GA. Public School System during a heated school board meeting on Monday.

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According to the NY Daily News, NYC public schools will begin educating young girls about menstruation and providing free feminine hygiene products, starting today.

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terrorist threat

The superintendent of the Los Angeles school district ordered all L.A. schools shut down due to an unspecified emailed terrorist threat. Terrorists rarely send warnings before they attack, but the superintendent isn’t taking any chances.

The closures affects 640,000 students from kindergarten through 12th grades at 900 schools. All 900 schools will be canvased to search for bombs. The Los Angeles school district is the 2nd largest in the country.

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Ahmed Mohamed is flying high after dropping out of MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas. The 14-year-old was suspended for taking a hoax bomb/clock to school.

After going on a grand tour of the U.N. this week, Mohamed and his family will hop on a private jet to Qatar where he will be celebrated like royalty.

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