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While parents are invested in their children receiving the best possible education, they can sometimes be unfairly pushy towards teachers.
High school seniors go viral after replicating famous pop culture moments for their school photo IDs
Costumes ranged from the cast of "Mean Girls" to everyone's favorite Disney and Pixar characters.
From shoving your homework into a Trapper Keeper to trying to solve your Rubik's Cube for hours, this is what going to school in the '80s was like.
A referee told a swimmer that her school-issued uniform was inappropriate. So the teen athlete from Anchorage’s Dimond High School was disqualified.
The drastic move comes in response to a sudden surge in vaping related illnesses, but parents worry it's an invasion of their children's privacy
After a student was bullied for wearing a homemade University of Tennessee T-shirt, the college released an official version of the design
It was recently college colors day at an elementary school in Florida. Without gear of his own, one UT fan created his own shirt on short notice.
A Catholic school in Tennessee has banned ‘Harry Potter’ books because they contain ‘curses and spells’
St. Edward Catholic School in Nashville banned "Harry Potter" books because they have references to magic, according to an email from Rev. Dan Reehil.
Louisiana teen goes viral for wearing hilarious costumes to greet his little brother every day after school
High school senior Noah Tingle, 17, said he started the ongoing tradition to "make memories" with his brother Max, 12, before leaving for college.
A school district in California grows its own vegetables, but parents say lunch breaks are so short kids don’t have time to eat them
Some students reportedly wait in line for food during their entire lunch break, only to run out of time and toss entire trays of food in the trash.
After colleges complained about the SATs offering an ‘adversity scores’ to boost students from difficult backgrounds the College Board nix...
Rebranded as a "Landscape" measurement, the College Board will tell students what data is collected about them and will no longer use a single number to measure hardship.