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The Georgia Supreme Court delivered a blow to gun rights activists in a ruling that said a law that prohibits guns at school property trumps one passed at the same time that allowed firearms inside school safety zones.
In a heated election year, education has proven to be a muted issue at the presidential level, but a hot topic in a variety of state showdowns.
Juan Echevarria killed a man. He spent 14 years in prison. Now he desperately wants a college degree. Getting one may be the hardest thing he’s ever had to do.
School board member had been accused of cutting in line and refusing to leave. Her attorney said authorities had no right to kick her off school grounds. A prosecutor agreed.
Inspired by the first lady, DC Greens works to provide the city’s children with access to fresh produce.
The president of Eastern Michigan University alerted the campus community that “racist graffiti targeting the Black community” had been spray-painted on buildings, just weeks after slurs prompted protests on campus.
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology recorded six perfect AP scores.
This high school in Seattle is one of 20 to be honored in the Schools of Opportunity project.
"The company’s hardline corporate decision has harmed this child and her entire family," New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino said.