Dad Makes 'Bully' Son Run To School As Punishment In Viral VideoThe father's Facebook Live video has reportedly been viewed more than 1.6 million times.
Classes Canceled At School Near Church's AR-15 Blessing CeremonyA Pennsylvania school district says it’s canceling classes at an elementary school because a church down the street is hosting a ceremony featuring AR-15 rifles.
CCSD Truancy Officer Charged With Battery, Burglary in Student's HomeA CCSD truancy officer is facing charges of battery by strangulation, one felony count of burglary, and one general misdemeanor for child abuse/endangerment.
Metro Rolls Out "Give Us A Brake" Safety ReminderMetro and CCSD officials held a safety press conference, to prepare morning commuters for the onslaught of kids returning back to school next week.
Dozens Of Bikers Brought A Bullied Student To His First Day Of SchoolAbout 50 motorcyclists escorted a sixth-grader to his first day of school Tuesday to help boost his confidence because he was previously bullied.
Homework Banned For Elementary Schools In One Florida CountyElementary school students in Marion County, Florida will no longer have daily homework assignments.
Deadly Crash Prompts Bus Safety TalkClark County School District (CCSD) is reassuring parents that their children are safe on the bus.
Clark County School District Reorganizes Up For Last VoteLawmakers are expected to vote on regulations that would shift the balance of power in the Clark County School District.
Public Meetings Set on Clark County School District BreakupPublic meetings have been scheduled in coming days in and around Las Vegas about plans for the breakup of the sprawling Clark County School District.
August Bench Trial Set for Vegas-Area School Cop Cover-Up CaseA federal judge has scheduled an Aug. 8 bench trial for a suspended Las Vegas-area school police officer accused of attacking a student and a school staff member and trying to cover it up.
Back to School for the Superintendent
Ask An Expert: Overcoming First Day Of School JittersOvercoming first day jitters -- whether for kindergarten or a new school -- all starts with the parents, according to two counselors who weigh in on the subject.