A Baltimore school police officer, captured slapping and kicking a student last month in a viral video, will not face child abuse charges, reports The Baltimore Sun.
Researchers found that white male teachers are 10 to 20 percent more likely to have low expectations for Black female students.
7th Grade Middle School Chronicles: Oh Essynce, If Only You Could See the Future… is the latest book written by teen author, Essynce Moore. Released on March 16, she is already preparing for a book tour to travel to different states and re-introduce children to the fundamentals and importance of reading. Books will be signed […]
The unnamed male teacher at Green County High School in Greensboro, Georgia, is accused of calling Shaniaya Hunter, "the dumbest girl I have ever met." The comment came after Shaniaya experienced a number of absences due to an eye condition and asked the teacher in December for assistance catching up on her work, reports the New York Daily News.
The video, which shows the unidentified officer slapping the teenager twice -- loud enough to hear the impact -- before kicking he or she as they walk down the stairs, has prompted the suspension of both officers involved in the incident.
Some experts say that kids need more recess—not more test prep—to excel in school.
The school resource officer who was caught on camera violently flipping a South Carolina high school student at her desk has been fired, Richland County…
The Justice Department is set to open a federal civil rights investigation following the emergence of a now-viral video showing a school resource officer slamming and dragging a Black female student across the classroom.
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Getty Generation Z (those born between 1995 and 2001), will not be left behind as long as First Lady Michelle Obama has anything to…
A Round Rock, Texas police officer is under major criticism after he was caught on video grabbing the neck of a Black teenager and pushing him to the ground at Round Rock High School.
A school is defending the suspension of a 12-year-old Black student who allegedly "intimidated" a White student during a staring contest.