The schoolgirl whose father is the named plaintiff in a landmark court case about segregation died Sunday at the age of 75.
Name That Verdict
Students and parents met with the president today to keep him informed about school safety and the need to something this time.
The use of “sex” in Title IX, which enforces anti-discrimination laws against students, is tricky in transgender bathroom cases.
The US Dept. of Ed. has reportedly dismissed 3 new transgender discrimination cases, claiming the department can’t intervene.
The Supreme Court case that legalized abortion in the US was decided 45 years ago today. Where are we now?
Free speech is the issue: Can a student post a video made during an AP Government class? Even if the mayor is speaking?
Racial integration (& school desegregation) have a long history in the US; the #MeToo movement is just starting up by comparison.
An attempt to stop the publication of a book that may be libelous won’t fly with American readers or the Constitution.
Even with the #MeToo movement, women (and high school girls) have a long way to go before actual equality can be achieved.
Not participating during the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance got a student kicked out of class. Now the teacher is gone.