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Via: defendernetwork.com For the seventh year, men around the country will be asked to lead their children back to school this fall during the Million Father March. The nationwide movement encourages Black men to drop students off on their first day of school and guard school doors to symbolize their support and protectiveness of all […]

(CNN) -- The starting gun has been shot. I can't unwear the gown, unwalk the aisle or unshake the dean's hand. My identity has been profoundly changed by a piece of paper, a diploma that hereby certifies that I graduated from Rutgers University. There is no going back. Now what?

An 11-year-old boy is arrested for a stick figure drawing he made in class. The drawing depicted a stick figure with a gun pointed at four other figures with the words, "Teachers Must Die".

By Jan Hoffman The New York Times updated 12/5/2010 1:25:37 PM ET 2010-12-05T18:25:37 Share Print Font: + – Ninth grade was supposed to be a fresh start for Marie’s son: new school, new children. Yet by last October, he had become withdrawn. Marie prodded. And

Via: defendernetwork.com In a small room, tucked away in the Technology Center behind Worthing High, a group of hand selected students put in up to 11.5 hours a day at school.

77% OF STUDENTS ADMITTED TO BEING BULLIED IN SOME FORM OR BULLIED SOMEONE THEMSELVES . BULLYING CAN CAUSE KIDS TO GET DEPRESSED AND IN SOME CASES LEAD TO SUICIDE IN MENTOR, HOUSTON THEIR HAVE BEEN SEVERAL PRE-TEEN AND TEEN SUICIDES DIRECTLY RELATED TO BULLYING. Watch how Bullying is effecting your community and world. Click here to watch […]

Despite the state’s attempt to close the school, Benji’s Special Educational Academy will remain open as part of a Houston ISD charter school. Students will

I know it’s uncouth to say, “I told you so,” but in this case I did. SOURCE: USA Today

Sixty-eight percent of eighth graders in the U.S. can’t read at grade level. 1.2 million teenagers drop out of school every year. And 44 percent of dropouts under age 24 are

Sixth-grader Darius Grant, 12, sits beside a mock $1 million check during a viewing party for Oprah Winfrey’s show Monday afternoon at the YES