$100 Incentive Cards will be available for NCPS students 12 years old or older at 2nd dose vaccine clinics hosted by Nash UNC Health Care & Nash County Public Schools. • Who is eligible to receive an incentive card? Only students who attend Nash County Public Schools and are 12 years old or older are eligible. You […]
Many students rely on their school nutrition programs throughout the school year. Due to the carnivorous pandemic, several school systems are shut down. The goal of the school system is to make sure no one goes hungry because of COVID-19. RELATED ARTICLE: Dollar General Reserves First Hour Of Business For Seniors Starting this morning some […]
Social media was buzzing yesterday after word got out about an email and adviser had sent to graduate students at Duke University suggesting that they speak English instead of Chinese. The email sent by Megan Neely, an assistant professor and a director of graduate studies, urged students to use English 100% of the time instead of […]
There are reports that a male and female student were engaged in a sexual act in the fitness center of Durham’s Southern High School last month. Facebook: The Karen Clark Instagram: @TheKarenClark Twitter/Snapchat: @The_KarenClark
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) is providing FREE career readiness skills to Raleigh and Durham area high school and college students during the UNCF Empower Me Tour (EMT). EMT is a free, traveling workshop that provides college students an opportunity to connect with employers and hone their skills necessary to navigate 21st century careers. […]
The Rocky Mount teacher accused of having sex with three students at Rocky Mount Preparatory School. The 25-year-old math teacher, Erin McAuliffe, is charged with three counts of sexual activity with a student and one count of indecent liberties with a minor. McAuliffe was arrested and later released on a bond of $20,000. […]
A teacher from Brazil taught a lesson in loving yourself and dismissing negativity just by changing her hair. It’s not new information that kids can be really mean sometimes. However, BBC.com reports that Ana Barbara Ferreira of Sao Paulo decided to lift the spirits of a little girl who was being bullied in a slightly […]
Three 7th grade students in Honolulu took on race, privilege, and self-actualization in a podcast posted on Twitter by their teacher.
A Baltimore school police officer, captured slapping and kicking a student last month in a viral video, will not face child abuse charges, reports The Baltimore Sun.
Scores of Boston Public School students walked out of class to protest proposed education budget cuts. They gave voice to fears about how cuts would harm their education.
The video, which shows the unidentified officer slapping the teenager twice -- loud enough to hear the impact -- before kicking he or she as they walk down the stairs, has prompted the suspension of both officers involved in the incident.
In the first two months of 2016, there have been a reported seven school shootings.