A student tweeted that his professor was charging to write letters of recommendation, and hundreds reply in outrage.
Students on the University of Alabama-Birmingham campus protested this week after a TA's curriculum vitae emphasized that he was a "native born citizen of the United States."
The new policy enforced by the Texas school district makes students roll up their sleeves when wearing sweatshirts or hoodies so that teachers can see their forearms.
"American society tells men, but especially white men, that their opinions have merit and that their voice is valuable, but after four years of listening to white boys in college, I am not so convinced," wrote student Leda Fisher.
Two middle school students were arrested for allegedly cyberstalking and threatening their teacher through an Instagram account called "Southwood School Shooter."
The teen's guardian claims the incident began when the coach made a joke referencing the boy's late mother.
Four 12-year-old girls at East Middle School in Binghamton, N.Y., were allegedly strip searched on suspicion of drug possession. The school says the incident doesn't qualify as a strip search.
A high school student in Arkansas has been suspended for wearing — and refusing to remove — a Confederate flag-themed shirt and face paint.
“There have been many threats against our lives, against our parents," said one of the Covington Catholic students in a video statement.
A critic of the proposed bill complained that it was "about disrespecting parents in front of their children."
The ACLU says a policy that requires older kids with bad grades to wear a certain color violates federal law.
Students at Strath Haven High School staged a walkout to protest a racist letter and photo believed to be distributed by four of their classmates.
A Columbia University student was filmed screaming at black students, “White people are the best thing that happened to the world!" among other statements.
A Canadian university apologized to a student who was dress-coded for wearing a "distracting" crop top at the gym.
"There were 22 kids, and my first thought was just getting them on the bus and getting them out of there because the sky was really menacing," the bus driver said.