A new Advanced Placement honors American history textbook has not been distributed to students yet but it’s already stirring controversy for being anti-Trump and suggesting his supporters are angry xenophobes.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin apologized Sunday for saying that children were sexually abused because they were left home alone while teachers rallied to ask lawmakers to override his vetoes.
Students at Penn State University will no longer be able to say they are the homecoming queen or king – instead the titles have become gender-neutral so as to be “welcoming to all.”
The Freedom Center was banned from a Texas university after posting flyers exposing anti-Semitism on campus, according to the group.
A Louisiana teacher was fired and an aide will be let go at the end of the school year after an audio recording appeared to capture the two mocking and teasing an autistic student.
Students at the University of Southern California view “whiteness” as something that needs to be dismantled from their campus, according to a new project.
Anthony Borges, a student gravely wounded while saving his classmates’ lives by blocking a door during the Florida school massacre said Friday that the county sheriff and school superintendent failed the victims by not arresting the shooter before the attack and by allowing him to attend the school.
Students at a Pennsylvania college want to ban a specific brand of hummus from their campus for its ties to the state of Israel.
Pro-life students at University of Texas at San Antonio noticed their banner promoting an upcoming speaker had been stolen Friday – for the fifth time in the last year.
Facebook apologized after it rejected an ad by a Catholic university in Ohio on Good Friday that showed Jesus hanging on the cross. The social media giant labeled the religious image “shocking and excessively violent,” according to a university spokesman.