I have previously written about my concerns over the elimination of basic rights of due process at universities for students accused of sexual assault or harassment under pressure from the Obama Administration. That pressure continues to build this y
Both Republicans and Democrats have embraced the practice. And the Obama administration has encouraged it, even relaxing federal privacy law to allow school districts to share student data more widely.
A security guard at a high school in Oakland has been arrested and charged with a felony for an assault on a student in a wheelchair, caught on video by school surveillance cameras.
A Washington state mom vowed to take legal action after she said her child was forced to "pay" to use the bathroom in her third-grade class.
No professor enjoys poor teaching evaluations but University of Wisconsin-Whitewater communications professor Sally Vogl-Bauer has taken a more aggressive approach. She has sued a former student who took her class
State Rep. Charles Van Zant (R) warned the company hired to produce Florida’s next statewide exam, American Institutes for Research, had a secret agenda to transform straight youths into homosexuals.
First lady Michelle Obama is encouraging students to monitor their older relatives, friends and co-workers for any racially insensitive comments they might make, and to challenge those comments whenever they’re made.
Mom, why do I have to go to school?
So when North Dakota State University Police and Safety Office Director Ray Boyer decided to ban its budding fencing club from campus, the pitch was easy:
Perhaps the SPLC flunkies didn’t look into the data-mining aspect of these federal intrusions, how the feds plan to track the children with a “womb-to-tomb dossier,” thanks to Common Core. Or how Obama, the UN and Bill Gates want to globalize educati
Mason Michalec says he loves his country but just not the government. “I’m really tired of our government taking advantage of us,” said Michalec. “I don’t agree with the NSA spying on us. And I don’t agree with any of those Internet laws.”
Some parents in Gilford are voicing concerns about a book with a risque love scene that high school students are required to read.
How do you persuade a nation to march in lock step with a police state? You start by convincing them that they’re in danger, and only the government can protect them.
A Massachusetts-based medical company hopes to expand its market into drug-testing private school students with the help of its CEO’s brother. James Kubacki oversees St. Edward High School in Cleveland, and his brother, Raymond Kubacki, is preside
An official inspector refused to permit a child to eat the lunch her mother had prepared for her and ordered her to eat the cafeteria meal (chicken nuggets!) and the mother was charged for the lunch.
In yet another incident proving students are stripped of their Constitutional rights after stepping on school grounds, Idaho school officials confiscated phones from students who were video recording a pair of cops aggressively arresting a student.
Knowing he was surrounded by cameras, a Texas cop didn’t let that stop him from tripping and shoving high school students as they were rushing onto a soccer field after their school won a state championship Saturday night.
Ordinary tools, such as pliers, screwdrivers and wrenches, are “weapons” and so a Chicago school was correct to punish a teacher who brought them to class for a visual aid, according to a new court decision.
A Florida high school wants to set a dress code for parents.
There are 3 players in the school to conviction pipeline: the school. The police. The judge. When one of these demonstrates an element of objectivity and reasonableness, issues that arise with regard to students’ conduct manage to get handled
Prosecutors will drop a misdemeanor charge against an Ohio wrestling coach accused of failing to report a suspected rape of a teenage girl by high school football players at a party, authorities said Friday.
A Ohio high school soccer player, who was suspended from his team for re-tweeting a pro-pot message on Twitter, is suing the school district over his punishment. He claims school administration officials violated his 1st Amendment right
Markets only work when they're allowed to. When we pass special laws allowing certain people to evade the market's discipline on bad behavior then we got more bad behavior.
In Pennsylvania, a high school sophomore with developmental disabilities was convicted of a crime after recording classmates threatening to "pull down his pants"
A mother in Arkansas sparked it. Her daughter's 6th-grade homework required her to “prune two and add two amendments to the Bill of Rights.” The document was called “outdated” and so “may not remain in its current form any longer."
Wearing jeans, a pink dress shirt, and once-white Nikes, Propper explained that he did try to play chess as a child. But the decorum, duration, and many rules of the game bored him so deeply that he decided he would rather not play again. It was a de
A high school sophomore in Pennsylvania who had been bullied all year by classmates with no help from his teacher decided to audio record the bullying on his iPad as evidence. But instead of disciplining the bullies, school officials called police
The video of this encounter is still live (no doubt much to ACC's chagrin) and it shows Saucier discussing the impact of the governor's gun control policies on his ammunition business. Governor Malloy doesn't look too interested in fielding complaint
Ethan Chaplin was suspended for twirling a pencil in math class. He says that a student (who had been allegedly bullying him) yelled to the teacher that “He’s making gun motions, send him to juvie.” The school responded by suspending Chaplin
After one student makes a snarky comment that he's "disappointed" in the principle, he then orders the student be arrested, to which the lackey cops present immediately oblige.