Students at northwest-suburban high schools would probably agree: students should use bathrooms based on gender identity.
Even with the #MeToo movement, women (and high school girls) have a long way to go before actual equality can be achieved.
A nationally famous school funding case can proceed to trial, the Penn. Supreme Court ruled. The decision could affect schools everywhere.
A teacher who changed in his classroom for after-school activities was videotaped by the school; he can’t sue them under the 4th or 14th Amendment.
The US Ed. Dept. issued interim guidance that will replace some Obama administration rules for how schools investigate sexual assault.
Later this month, students in Little Rock and the surrounding area will commemorate the 60th anniversary of the integration of Central H.S.
Schools may soon have new guidance from the feds on how sexual assaults should be investigated, Betsy DeVos told the country.
In Alabama, a state law prohibits 18-year-olds (or younger) from consenting to sex with someone who works at a school—any school.
The bathroom (and locker room/shower) question keeps coming up regarding transgender students. Maybe the Supreme Court should just decide this.
What should teachers do about questions they are sure to receive about the violence in Charlottesville last weekend?