Pennsylvania Boy, 9, Becomes One Of The Youngest Ever High School Graduates

One of the youngest high school grads ever, a nine-year-old Pennsylvania kid who enjoys science and computer programming has already begun amassing credits toward his college degree. David Balogun just graduated from the Harrisburg-based Reach cyber charter school after attending classes online from his family’s residence in the Philadelphia suburb of Bensalem, according to a […]

Contractor Sues Burlington School District Over High School Demolition Bid

A contractor suing the school system lost its bid to demolish Burlington High School. On Friday, the Massachusetts company’s legal representatives claimed in court that the district had chosen the winning offer improperly. Early in January, American Environmental filed a complaint, alleging that the district’s bid specifications were not followed in choosing the demolition contractor […]

Homestead Mother Pressing Charges After Third Grade Daughter Beaten On School Bus

A woman in South Florida claims she will file charges against the kids who were seen on tape abusing her daughter, age 9, on the school bus. According to the mother, the girl attends Coconut Palm K-8 Academy in Homestead and is currently in the third grade. The mother, who wished to maintain her anonymity, […]

Spectator Dies After Melee At Vermont Middle School Hoops Game

According to authorities, a 60-year-old man involved in a dispute that broke out among spectators at a middle school basketball game in northern Vermont was killed. Just before 7 o’clock on Tuesday, state troopers were summoned to the Alburgh Community Education Center following a report of a violent brawl involving spectators during an Alburgh-St. Albans […]

No New Offer In Mat-Su School Bus Drivers’ Strike As Parents’ Anger Builds

A midday school bus driver strike that caused families in Mat-Su Borough to rush to pick up their children on Tuesday continued on Wednesday, and parents took to social media to express their annoyance. By Wednesday morning, the drivers’ union had not received a new contract offer from the bus company, Durham School Services, according […]

Ohio High School Musical Abruptly Halted, Deemed ‘Vulgar’

An Ohio school district quickly canceled a high school musical after months of planning, claiming it was “vulgar.” According to a statement from Cardinal Local Schools administrator Jack Cunningham, the Cardinal Local School District has determined that “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” will not be its spring musical performance. Its conversation and song lyrics […]

Change Comes Swiftly To New College As Desantis Appointees Replace President

Carrying signs, donning pins and stickers, and carrying On Tuesday, hundreds of students, faculty members, and alums gathered in the building’s courtyard for the inaugural meeting of the six new trustees chosen by Governor Ron DeSantis. One sign read, “Jesus would not have desired this.” Stop the Steal, Queer Lives are Welcome Here, and Are […]

13-year-old Arrested For Threats Made Against Multiple Schools In Wayne County

On Tuesday, a 13-year-old was detained in Wayne County after threatening to harm several schools. Investigators connected the 13-year-Instagram old’s posts to him after being informed of the posts by school administrators, according to the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. The 13-year-old was detained and charged with communicating a threat of widespread violence on educational grounds […]

Former DOE Official Blasted “Hypocrite” For Advocating Public Schools While Taking Her Kids To Private School

Diane Ravitch, a former employee of the Department of Education, received criticism for her hypocrisy after praising public schools while sending her children to a private institution. “The local public school is the most excellent option. All are welcome there. It unites the neighborhood. It serves as democracy’s adhesive. “During the George H.W. Bush administration, […]

California School District To Raise Black Lives Matter Flag For Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, the San Diego Unified School District is organizing a ceremony to hoist the Black Lives Matter flag. The event will take place on February 1 and is available to all students, community members, and staff, the district stated in a tweet. According to the tweet, “San Diego Unified students […]