Officials in a taxpayer-funded suburban Portland school district have banned Santa Claus -- and, it seems, any trace of the celebration of Christmas -- because "images and artifacts" "like Santa Claus" create insufficiently "inclusive and welcoming spaces."
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An online petition to ban President-elect Donald Trump from Twitter has generated more than 22,000 signatures.
Over 4.6 million signatories have signed a Change.org petition urging the electors who will actually cast Electoral College votes to select Hillary Clinton instead of Donald Trump.
This week's female English teacher --- and cheerleading coach --- busted for traumatizing two different adult male students with a bunch of sex is Kelsey Leigh Gutierrez.
Uganda Moves To Shut For-Profit Schools Funded By Zuckerberg And Gates Over ‘Gospel Of Homosexuality’
The government of Uganda has moved to shut down over 60 primary schools across the country over concerns that the schools are "teaching pornography" and "conveying the gospel of homosexuality" to Ugandan children. Government officials also say the schools are unsanitary and full of unqualified teachers.
Shockingly large numbers of America's middle school, high school and even college students are stunningly unable to process the media information that sloshes over them on a daily basis, according to a study released this week by Stanford University's History Education Group.
A Michigan State University criminal justice professor has analyzed the current state of America's pimping industry in an intensive three-year study.
Former Speaker of the House and "serial child molester" Dennis Hastert has gone to court in an effort to restore his teacher's pension.
The dean of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's W.H. Bowen School of Law has tendered his resignation just days after sending a school-wide email explaining that he was making free, taxpayer-funded counseling available to all students who were sad because Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
President Barack Obama's secretary of education, John B. King Jr., has officially released a Dear Colleague letter mandating a "commitment to diversity" at America's colleges and universities and calling for taxpayer-funded campuses to create "safe spaces" where students, professors and administrators can talk about "race and discrimination."
Disney-Pixar released the first teaser-trailer for "Cars 3" this week. The trailer makes the movie look pretty bleak --- sort of like a cross between the original "Cars" and "Old Yeller," or perhaps "Sophie's Choice."
The members of the American Sociological Association have decided to be very angry about the Cleveland Indians "Chief Wahoo" logo, and they have collectively written a letter to Major League Baseball commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr., telling Manfred just how angry they are.
The 24-year-old female middle school teacher in Houston busted for having a torrid, months-long romance with a 13-year-old male student -- and getting pregnant with his baby and then having an abortion -- has accepted a plea deal which will result in a punishment that could range from mere probation to up to three long decades in prison.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is urging President-elect Donald Trump and his transition team to ditch Frank Gaffney, the founder of the Center for Security Policy and an avid dabbler in conspiracy theories.
Beginning in the fall of 2017, the makers of the ACT will offer U.S. high school students who can barely speak English the opportunity to take the ACT college entrance exam in Spanish instead.
A state legislator In Iowa has announced his plan to introduce a bill intended to prevent public colleges and universities in the state from using taxpayer money to fund protest events, safe spaces and "cry zones" for students who are traumatized that Donald Trump won last week's U.S. presidential election.
In the latest incident of anti-weapon hysteria to erupt in a school setting, officials at a middle school in South Florida have suspended an 11-year-old girl for six days because she brought a child-proof, toddler-size cutlery knife to school and used it to cut a peach in half for a friend.
Police in Austin, Texas have released the identities and mugshots of six communists who participated in weekend demonstrations near the state capitol building in response to the election of Donald Trump as president.
The student government at a fancypants women's college on Manhattan's Upper West Side has decided to respond to Donald Trump's presidential election victory with a safe space event at which students can sip hot chocolate and besmear "feminist coloring pages" featuring Hillary Clinton and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.