Thomas Rebman, a schoolteacher from Orlando, quit his job to raise awareness about the complex issue and launch a program called “Homeless and Hungry.”
In a joint statement, the students say they were misled about “faculty, curriculum, program structure and funding packages” and have decided to dissolve their candidacies before going into their second and final year.
Joshua Levine is accused of inappropriately touching at least four females under the age of 10 inside his classroom.
A second suspect in a shooting near the University of California Santa Barbara was in custody early Tuesday morning.
Tuesday, some local students chose a Beatles song when they got a chance to record their own album inside the iconic Capitol Records building.
The #SelfieClass, formerly called Writing 150: Writing and Critical Reasoning: Identity and Diversity, analyzes “gender, sexuality and race portrayed in social media,” school officials state in a press release.
A 14-year-old male and 14-year-old female were taken into custody around 3 p.m. Monday following an investigation into rumors of a possible shooting on the school campus.
The number of breakfasts served in the nation’s schools has doubled in the last two decades, a surge driven largely by a change in how districts deliver the food.
Students in San Dimas wore blue Friday in support of a victim of cyber-bullying.
Parents of Los Angeles Unified school district students with special education needs were set Friday to stage a protest over what they say are rights violations against “thousands” of children.
A local high school graduate has developed a mobile app that’s rewarding students who go to class regularly and get there on time.
Students at Chino High School returned to school this week to find that their chemistry teacher looked very different and had a new name: Amanda Swager.
Two students were detained and another student was treated for injuries Friday following an explosion on the campus of Heritage High School in Menifee.
The California Board of Education suspended the state’s school accountability system on Wednesday for one year to give teachers and students time to adjust to new standardized tests aligned with Common Core standards.
Authorities have arrested three Southland residents who they say allegedly ran a “pay-to-stay” scheme for allegedly helping hundreds of foreign nationals remain in the U.S.