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New Jersey school officials have threatened a 12-year-old hearing-impaired girl to stop using sign language to communicate on the schoolbus or face a 3-day suspension, the girl's parents told ABC News.
School board members voted unanimously on Tuesday to rename a year-old San Fernando Valley elementary school after Michelle Obama.
A 14-year-old boy died Tuesday night after being electrocuted by a live wire while playing on the roof of a Herndon elementary school, according to police.
Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis tore into Mayor Rahm Emanuel's kitchen cabinet Tuesday, blaming racism and "rich white people" for why the city's schools are in a fiscal crisis, the Chicago Tribune reported.
A Roman Catholic religious order based in the Midwest is releasing an unusually candid report admitting that it failed victims of clergy sex abuse.
Just hours after six American students arrived in Surabaya, Indonesia, on Friday evening, media reported that one of the country's last remaining vestiges of its Jewish community had been reduced to a pile of rubble.
A 17-year-old Washington-Lee High School student was charged with reckless driving Tuesday in relation to a skateboarding accident that left his friend and fellow student dead, Arlington County police said.
Ready to thrill a few hundred school kids, Jimmie Johnson hopped into a replica of his No. 48 car to fire up the engine.
The elected supervisor of North Carolina's public school system said teachers should be given an exemption from personal income taxes.
The U.S. education system is not as globally competitive as it used to be, a study by the Council on Foreign Relations revealed on Monday.
A school in Florida said it was a mistake to cull students' biometric information and scan their irises without first receiving their parents' permission.
On the 10-year anniversary of his high school graduation, IndyCar Series driver Charlie Kimball doesn't regret holding off on college to pursue a career in racing.
Japanese students are putting their health at risk in a new eyeball-licking trend called "worming."
It's the season of "Pomp and Circumstance," flavored with dashes of parental pride, as a rising generation in cap and gown marches solemnly into its future.
One father of an 11-year-old boy who attends Jean-Baptiste Clement's math class at a grade school in Colombes, northwest of Paris, said his son came home from school Monday in obvious distress and discomfort — and no wonder.