A 13-year-old HIV positive boy in Pennsylvania has been denied enrollment because of his health status, so his family is suing the Milton Hershey School for discrimination, according to Yahoo. The school says they can't meet the boy's needs. The lawsuit seeks immediate admission, compensatory damages and mandatory HIV/AIDS sensitivity training.
A first grader in Boston is being charged with sexual harassment for punching a boy in the groin, according to AZ Central. The boy's mom says he was just defending himself against a bully who tried to choke him on the bus and also stole his gloves.
What would you call this form of entertainment? School girls in Detroit's Ludington Middle School are playing something called the'30 second game'. One eighth-grader beats the snot out of another while other girls stand around cheering. The whole thing is filmed and thrown up on YouTube.
Watch an actual '30 second game' beat down after the jump.
The question being asked is will 'Generation Gimme' ever work for the American dream? Free health care, free tuition, government down payment on a home and to be provided with a job by the government. Those are the things students list when writing about their expectations from the government.
A nine-year-old boy in Gastonia, North Carolina has been suspended for calling his teacher cute. A substitute teacher overheard the boy telling another student that a teacher was cute, so he was suspended for inappropriate behavior.
Massachusetts English teacher Kevin Hogan has been put on paid administrative leave since a Boston TV station revealed that he appeared in adult films well before the high school hired him in August. Some of the films Hogan allegedly appeared in were titled "Fetish World," and "Just Gone Gay 8."
How much do you care about high school teachers' sex lives? Before you comment, ask yourself these questions:
Michigan lawmakers are pretty close to passing legislation that would require schools to put in place an anti-bullying law policy at all schools, according to WNEM. The house has already approved it, so it moves on to the senate.
Several states have banned chocolate milk from school lunches, but students in the Tahoma, Washington school district are fighting to bring back chocolate milk. So far 130 angry students have signed a petition, but the district hasn't made any decisions on the matter.
Every story your grandfather told you about how many miles he walked in the snow to get to school has been obliterated by what students in the Chinese village of Pili have to go through to get their learning on.
Usually when you think of school bullying, you think it's being done by students. Think again. A 14-year-old special-needs girl in Ohio was the victim of bullying - bullying by her teacher and the teacher's aide.
Cheyanne (whose last name was withheld from the video on NBC's Today Show) then went to school armed with a hidden tape recorder, outfitted by her father. Some of the things caught on tape were disturbing:
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