Because if you don’t talk about something, it doesn’t exist, right?
About 25 kindergartners were eating lunch at Ross Elementary School in Houston, Texas Tuesday when a shot rang out. One student, five-year-old Jarneshia Broussard, told the Houston Chronicle, she knew it was a gun because it went “pow.”
A grand jury in Middlesex County, New Jersey, handed down a 15-count indictment on Wednesday charging former Rutgers University freshman, Dharun Ravi, with bias intimidation and other charges connected to his roommate Tyler …
Red rover, red rover, send the New York State Department of Health right over.
Who exactly thought this was a good idea?
We all know high schoolers like to complain, but a new poll that reports fewer than half of young adults are satisfied with their high school education shows students may have a reason to whine.
The days of brown bagging it are over for students in a Chicago school. In an effort to encourage healthy eating, their principal banned lunches brought from home.
“It was like having to learn Russian in a weekend — and then give speeches in Russian and speak Russian in budget committee and City Council meetings.”
— CATHIE BLACK, on the struggles of being appointed chancellor of New …
After a brief and controversial tenure as New York City’s Schools Chancellor, city officials announced Cathie Black, a former magazine executive with no education experience, will step down Thursday morning.
The situation turned black-and-blue after one student was caught red-handed slacking off in class.
NewsFeed is sure there are plenty of high school seniors already sweating over the arrival of their college acceptance letters (or lack thereof), without us adding this disappointing news: Ivy League admission rates are way down …
The Ivy League stalwarts have been upended by universities on the left coast. We’re chalking this one up to the weather (just a hunch).