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Joshua Ancrum, 17, was shot dead on Tuesday. A 16-year-old has been arrested and charged with aggravated manslaughter in connection to the events.
Teachers who posed with fake mustaches and sombreros for yearbook photos have been accused of being ‘culturally insensitive’
Members of San Pasqual High School's foreign language department dressed in costumes for their yearbook photos, and some people find it offensive.
The caps range from pop-culture references to a 3D-printed design and a QR code with a deeper message.
The school district where a cafeteria worker was fired for giving a student free food has rescinded its demand that she be rehired
Mascoma Valley Regional High School in Canaan, New Hampshire, released a statement regarding fired cafeteria worker Bonnie Kimball on Tuesday night.
A Chicago high school is spending $53,000 to reprint its yearbooks after several students flashed white supremacy symbols in their photos
The yearbooks contained 18 photos featuring students making an upside-down OK sign, which has recently been associated with white supremacist groups.
A cafeteria worker who was fired after paying for a student’s $8 lunch was offered her job back. She says she won’t take it.
Bonnie Kimball was fired from Mascoma Valley Regional High School in New Hampshire in March after letting a student take food when he couldn't pay.
On Friday, Oprah Winfrey donated $500,000 to an after-school program in Newark, New Jersey. The weekly program is dedicated to keeping kids safe.
A high school canceled its spirit week after an unofficial ‘thug day’ was called out for having racist undertones
About 30 students at Memorial High School morphed a so-called “jersey day” into a “thug day,” in a move that people online called out earlier this week.
A promposal from Palos Verdes High School in California has gone viral because it is racist. The principal said he is looking into the situation.
Gina Warren is graduating on Sunday, and she’s using her big day to remind people of teens who couldn’t walk in their own commencement ceremonies.