Some neighbors banded together on Saturday to show hate is not welcome in their neighborhood.
The men, two ages 20 and the other 19, allegedly drove past Stanthorpe State High School, south-west of Brisbane, on Wednesday afternoon.
The principal of a Southern California high school plans to meet with all students following the spread of a social media photo showing two students laughing while displaying a prom proposal poster containing a racial slur
Lexington school officials confirmed Friday they are investigating social media posts containing racist language, which are circulating through the student community.
In his May 6 Education column, “Note to school officials: Listen to parents. They might know a thing or two ,” Jay Mathews offered a poor account of a “racist” incident at the Washington International School (WIS), which the school did address. The incident in question? Bathroom graffiti. The column then linked the “incident” to one parent’s complaints about WIS failing to teach about race correctly; it also cited plural “parents” yet quoted only one.
A controversial Scientology-affiliated group called Applied Scholastics has entered Samoa's education system.
The president of the Cherry Creek Schools Board of Education has resigned after using a racial slur when describing a teacher at a teacher awards banquet.
Board diversity makes good business sense and, more importantly, is the right thing to expect of Illinois-based public companies.
Sanders’ new plan would allow school districts to use federal money for busing, drawing a sharp contrast with Joe Biden, who fought against efforts to use busing to desegregate schools in the 1970s.
On Friday's episode of "The News & Why it Matters," Sara Gonzales, Pat Gray, and Jason Buttrill discussed Hofstra University in Long Island, New York, where students have called for the removal of a statue of Thomas Jefferson.
According to a parent, the posts contained slurs and references to the KKK.
Following a series of serious assaults by students in Baltimore City schools, the Baltimore Teachers Union is recommending changes to the discipline code that would require school police to be notified more often when students break the rules. A union task force made up of teachers, students, principals