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.
In 2009, the organization launched the Y-Scholars (referred to as Rowe Scholars for high schoolers), a comprehensive program that targets students from low-income families, shepherding them through the education pipeline into college.
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.
Andria James, 33, was stopped for questioning after a witness reported seeing nine children in her car as she left a gas station.
When footage surfaced of a Columbia, SC high school student being flipped in her desk and then dragged across the floor by a school resource…
The students of Yale University used their voices to speak out against several instances of racial injustice on the Ivy League campus.
A Florida police officer is facing felony charges after he violently shoved a 13-year-old boy for arguing with his mother.
David Pfaff, a science teacher at Bailey Middle School, was seen snatching a chair from underneath one of his students.