The University of Colorado Boulder has proudly launched an on-campus spying campaign that encourages students to report incidents of "bias" to government officials at the school.
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An elementary school teacher in a tiny town in west Texas resigned on Tuesday in response to sustained complaints from a throng of irate parents because she had showed her third-grade students a six-minute Travel Channel video called "Anabelle the Devil Doll."
A Florida physical education teacher has his job back after a long-term suspension and termination hearing which resulted after a 17-year-old Internet celebrity allegedly had sex with a 14-year-old student he may have met at a rogue middle school pizza party.
Lesbian women, bisexual women and transgender men are sexually assaulting each other at disturbingly high rates, despite the fact that most people think of sexual assaults as involving heterosexual, male-female couples, reports the Daily Emerald, the University of Oregon's campus newspaper.
Tuesday's maneuvers in the Senate proved to be a sausage-making setback for President Barack Obama's attempt to secure passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, his signature trade liberalization deal involving the United States and 11 Asian and Pacific nations.
The American Federation of Teachers pays its chief executive $360,000 each year and spent $19,499,848 in membership dues to influence elections in 2014 alone. However, a just-released national survey shows rank-and-file members are deeply unhappy --- with stress levels, working conditions, government insistence that students learn more and much else.
Thus far this week, members and would-be members of the notorious Bloods street gang in Houston have found better things to do instead of murdering sorority girls.
Just when you thought students at the smallish hothouse of leftist folly that is Oberlin College couldn't possibly be any dumber, they go and produce this YouTube video — and totally redeem themselves!
The same Wisconsin Democrats who fled the state to stall legislation in 2011 have now paid for billboards complaining about Gov. Scott Walker's travels as he campaigns for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
A group of students at Tufts University ended a hunger strike on Saturday on behalf of 20 janitors laid off by the administration.
Globetrotting, Ivy League-educated, Marchesa gown-wearing first lady Michelle Obama's commencement address at Tuskegee University on Saturday described the trials and tribulations she believes she has faced as the first black first lady in American history.
The city of Baltimore, Md. has been home to roughly two dozen murders since police arrested Freddie Gray on April 12 for possession of an illegal switchblade.
The city of Tucson, Ariz. has agreed to pay $100,001 to a female student who was brutally pummeled by a police officer as she walked innocuously near the University of Arizona campus, reports the Arizona Daily Independent.
Cops Bust High School Principal In Back Seat Of Car, With Student, Shirt Unbuttoned, Marijuana Wafting
Dear high school teachers and administrators of America who are pushing 50 years old: Most high school kids don't want to make out with you or do drugs with you. In the rare event that you find one who does, do not — do not — perform these risky activities inside a steamy car in a public park.
Yet another rape allegation on an American college campus has fallen completely apart.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is floating the idea that government largesse should allow students to graduate from four-year colleges with no loan debt in an attempt to lure college-age and twentysomething people to vote for her.
A special education teacher at a Georgia elementary school was arrested on Monday for allegedly sticking a young autistic boy in a trash can --- head first.
South Carolina African-American Chamber of Commerce To Black Voters: You Don’t HAVE TO Vote For Democrats
The South Carolina African-American Chamber of Commerce has initiated an informational campaign to persuade black voters to reflect on the possibility of voting for someone who is not a Democrat in the 2016 presidential primaries and the general election.
Summer is fast approaching. Barbecues. Vacations. Mosquitos. And, for the admissions staffs at more than 220 colleges and universities across the country, abject terror because this fall's freshman classes remain unfilled.
Another Cinco de Mayo has already come and gone this week, but not without a Mexican student instructing Americans in USA Today not to celebrate by engaging in racially-offensive activities, such as shortening the word guacamole and purchasing ponchos.