Although the Texas school district's dress code states that "boys may not wear makeup," students are working with administrators to find common ground.
A school in Georgia sent a "consent to paddle form" home to parents after reinstating the old-school method of punishment.
"When Nike signs an anti-American thug to represent their brand, I will not support, wear, purchase, or endorse their product. Bye-bye Nike," the principal wrote on Facebook.
As high school students arrived at Marion P. Thomas Charter School in Newark, N.J., on the first day of class, they weren't expecting to be rejected at the door. That's exactly what happened.
Two students from Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas, took to their Twitter accounts on Thursday to share concerns over the video that was shown in school.
The teen says he noticed for months that other students were wearing the accessory without being penalized.
"I was stopped by an aide who asked me if I had another shirt with me," Samantha Sollitto tells Yahoo Lifestyle. "When I responded no, she gave me a plain navy T-shirt."
In the age of social media, celebrating getting into college goes beyond announcing just to family and friends, as teens take to their Twitter accounts to share the proud moment with all of their followers.
Teens in Quebec are decorating their clothing with yellow squares to protest their “restrictive and sexist” school dress code — with female students demanding to ditch their bras.
Elementary school teacher ShaRee Castlebury finds creative ways to inspire her first-grade students and spark their love of learning.
“What made me want to do this was the fact that women in my school get dress-coded for showing a little shoulder or some stomach area,” says Phil Rodriguez.
Senior Megan Goulding from Frisco, Texas, and a group of her schoolmates hit up IKEA and posed in its staged rooms for some original homecoming photos.
After her daughter didn't respond to calls or texts for a few days, mom Nicole Walters showed up at her daughter's college to teach her a funny lesson.
Several male students wore off-the-shoulder tops — which are banned in their high school’s dress code — to show solidarity with their female peers.
High school student Abigail Davis was pulled from class for wearing shorts that were not deemed "modest enough." She says the school dress code unfairly targets girls.
A high school student in Tennessee was cited for two dress code violations, one of them for simply wearing a sleeved crewneck T-shirt.
Angel Hall made Kayla Barnes a promise to create awareness of the disease that took her life, leukemia.
An accidental racial slur was published on the front cover of a middle school yearbook. A San Diego middle school was forced to recall their yearbooks after an accidental racial slur was published on the front cover. “On that map there was a reference to a place where a freed slave was known to reside,” Christine Paik, Director of Communications at Poway Unified School District told KFMB-TV.
A high school senior’s graduation is in jeopardy, and all because she gave the cold shoulder. Summer, a senior at Hickory Ridge High School in North Carolina, was wearing a loose army green blouse that was slightly off-the-shoulder and exposed her collarbone when her principal demanded she cover up during lunch. When Summer said she thought her shirt was “fine,” the principal retorted that her lower back was “also completely exposed,” going against the school’s dress code.
One New York mother wrote an open letter to her daughter’s middle school principal regarding the school’s dress code. New York-based mother Dr. Catherine Pearlman recently addressed her issues with her daughter’s middle school dress code by penning an open letter to the school’s principal. In the note, published on Today, Pearlman, who founded the parenting site The Family Coach, details the struggles 13-year-old daughter Casey faces when it comes to finding styles that properly abide by her school’s policies.
No prom date, no problem. When this Arkansas student’s date backed out at the last minute, a family member stepped in and made a great impression.
A Racine, Wis., high school principal has gone viral after posing with his students wearing matching jeans.