Florida's legislature is giving hope (literally) to parents of students who are bullied relentlessly in public schools. Florida lawmakers plan to use Hope Scholarships to pay for private school vouchers for vulnerable students to attend private schools. The scholarships will be paid for by redirecting $105 from car registration fees.
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A 7th grade teacher in Albany, NY was suspended handing out literature containing graphic photos about transgender identity and sex change operations.
A former Maryland school aide and track coach may have infected 42 boys with the HIV virus that causes AIDS.
Police arrested Carlos Bell, 30, and charged him with sexually assaulting 42 boys between May 2015 and June 2017.
A Georgia school's Civil War dress-up class activity that taught students about the history of that era has come to an end. Apparently some of the parents became upset and misunderstood the learning objectives.
In yet another sign of the times, a Georgia middle school teacher was suspended for assigning homework to her sixth grade students that featured explicit lyrics by rapper Kodak Black.
A popular Denver high school cheerleading coach has been fired amid allegations that he forced a 13-year-old girl into leg splits that resulted in a leg injury.
An unidentified math teacher is fed up with her students who demonstrate their support for President Donald Trump by plastering pro-Trump posters all over her classroom.
A group of Texas pastors are spearheading an effort to prevent a school superintendent from indoctrinating children with LGBT education in Texas public schools.
A new Department of Education policy allows the federal government to investigate public schools that don't refer to gender-confused students by their chosen gender pronouns.
The memo was written by Candice Jackson, the lesbian acting assistant secretary for the Office of Civil Rights at the Department of Education (DOE).
Three out of four black boys in California schools don't meet reading and writing standards, according to data obtained by CALmatters from the state Department of Education.
The data shows, for example, nearly 80 percent of black boys in the fourth grade failed to meet state reading standards.