The father of one student said that administrators failed to teach tolerance after his daughter was referred to as an "ape."
Parents are furious about this school punishing black kids for having a normal hair style.
Cornelia Reynolds said her son Gabriel Taye was knocked unconscious in a boys bathroom before he took his life in January.
A new study by Johns Hopkins has discovered that even one black teacher in elementary school helps more black students, who belong to the low-income families, to graduate and think about a college.
Je'Nan Hayes was part of girls’ basketball team in her school for all the season long and suddenly she was told to sit during the game because of her hijab.
Several days ago a North Cobb High School student decided that posting a racist video stating that “exterminating all n***s” would be a great idea.
A teacher from Shelburne Middle School in Stauton, Virginia, called all her black students to act as slaves during a history lesson. That was a lesson about the Louisiana Purchase.
Girls basketball team arrived for a game and found a dummy hanging from its neck in the room they were given.
The teacher was not disciplined for making fun of Frederick Douglass.
Their attorney claims the school used the girls as “scapegoats” amid controversy over their comments.
The school administration did not hesitate in taking action against the 75-year-old.
Insteadv of protecting the child, the School District took a legal action against family: both were banned from the district
No one was held accountable for the boy's broken arm and head injury.
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An officer grabbed and handcuffed Ryan Turk, the Graham Park Middle School student, who was taking his milk that he was entitled to have under school'
Tarver Elementary School in Belton, Texas pulled the girl out of class and called her mother because her hairdo did not conform to the school dress co
Teaching Racism at Elementary School: Slavery Game Puts Single Black Student in Class 'Back to the Plantation"
Dice determined whether a lone black 10-year-old student of Cheatham Hill Elementary School would escape slavery or get sent back to a plantation. The