Jun. 11—Over 1,600 students were named to Valdosta State University's spring 2022 Dean's list.
— Bethany Milner of Powder Springs (30127)
— Mica Mcghee of Powder Springs (30127)
— Alexis Stewart of Powder Springs (30127)
— Kayla Johnson of Powder Springs (30127)
— Quisqueyana Griffith of Powder Springs (30127)
— Winston Turner of Powder Springs (30127)
— Mikaila Smith of Powder Springs (30127)
— Carolina Ramirez Tellez of Marietta (30060)
— Jordan Roopnarine of Powder Springs (30127)
— Joshua Roopnarine of Powder Springs (30127)
— Braedon Bensley of Powder Springs (30127)
Families demanded answers after six California special education graduating students weren't included in their high school's graduation program.
A TikToker went viral after she shared a video detailing college tips she wished she knew during her first year to help incoming freshmen.
A Chinese doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was reportedly assaulted by five young men near the campus, triggering a student protest against anti-Asian hate and violence. The student said he was walking home along University Avenue on Tuesday night when a group of men surrounded him, struck him in the face, shoved him to the ground and repeatedly punched and kicked him. A Chinese male student was beaten by FIVE random young men yesterday on University Ave. close to @UWMadison campus.
Republican hopeful Rob Astorino shared a whiteboard of a list of slang words for sex and sexual acts and denounced their teaching in classrooms.
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A federal waiver that made school breakfasts and lunches free to students regardless of their family’s income is set to expire June 30.
Seattle Pacific University graduate and protest organized Chloe Guillot said students "didn't really want to shake the president's hand" after the school upheld its anti-LGBTQ+ policy around employment
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A new Ohio law allows teachers to carry guns in class after 24 hours of training. Should a teacher have to decide whether to shoot a child with a gun?
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Shane Gobeil reportedly told police that he intended to buy an assault rifle and if anyone trans or in drag came near his daughter he'd "kill 'em."
A parent filed a federal lawsuit against the Mountain Lakes School District and leaders, saying the school created a hostile education environment.
An education official warns that the state will see its “most severe educator shortage in Kansas history this fall.”
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Even in optimal circumstances, it takes both school resource officers and external law enforcement time to act.
Three international students struggle to make ends meet as they complete doctorate degrees at ASU.