John Huffman, the superintendent of Sacramento, Calif.-based Victory Christian Schools apologized to parents after a teacher wore blackface for an African history lesson.
"Dreadlocks are part of my African culture, not a fashion statement," the mom says, while school district officials deny that the policy is "racially discriminatory."
The principal of an elementary school in Memphis held a mock funeral to motivate teachers to work harder at raising students' grades, but several attendees found it offensive.
Teacher Amanda Varnum, who was fired from her job at Laurel Hill School in Florida, was accused of sitting on a student's lap and allowing a student to straddle her. She lost her job in March, and now she's lost her teaching certificate.
"We do not promote lipstick, but rather we encourage our BSS students to make their own choices. "
An Arizona school district will crack down on distressed clothing and jeans with holes, despite protests from students.
A British school has warned that male students in violation of a new hairstyle ban will be sent home or put in an isolation unit.
The Parent-Teacher Association became concerned that it violated gender guidelines from the New York City Department of Education.
A British study found that 62 per cent of children with a tablet or smartphone picked up head lice, compared with just 30 per cent of those who didn’t own a device.
An Ontario school board is asking parents to ensure their children's Halloween costumes aren't offensive or disrespectful in any way.
It’s no secret that most kids don’t like veggies – at least not as much as they like other foods like Kraft Dinner, ice cream and French fries. But Andrew Hanks of Ohio State University hopes that marketing may be able to change that mentality.
Back in April we were introduced to Corey Maison, a 14-year-old transgender girl who was professionally photographed to bring awareness to bathroom rights. Partnered with High Dive Heart and shared by The BULLY Project, the video shows Maison in the girl’s bathroom holding up cue cards that tell her story.
High school students who have been rehearsing a live nativity scene as part of their annual Christmas Spectacular are now scrambling to rework the show — sans Mary and baby Jesus — after a federal judge issued an order to nix the religious reenactment from the show.