Graduating Pa. 8th Graders Get Ballistic Shields For BackpacksGraduating eighth graders have received a parting gift from their Pennsylvania school: ballistic shields for their backpacks.
Kidsburgh: How The Pittsburgh Region Is Remaking LearningDid you ever think about the way high school is taught? It hasn't changed in a century, while so much is changing all around us.
School Security Officer Arrested For Using Stun Gun On StudentA Missouri school security officer has been arrested after allegedly using a stun gun on a 14-year-old student.
5-Year-Old Claims Teachers Taped Mouth Shut, Threw Out LunchA Michigan family is demanding answers after their five-year-old son claims two teachers repeatedly taped his mouth shut and threw out his lunch at school.
Teen Faces Charges Over Alleged Racist Video Of Black Teen Eating Chicken WingsThe student recorded a high school student eating chicken wings and, in narrating the piece, used a slur and made references to "being broke and on welfare."
Consumer Reports: Peanut Butter Alternatives For School LunchesPeanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a favorite of kids everywhere, but there are a lot of other nut butters on the market today and most can be safely brought into a peanut-free school
Overcooked Hamburger At Pa. School Causes Social Media BuzzA Pennsylvania school district superintendent is defending his food service staff over a photo of an overcooked school cafeteria hamburger that was posted online.
Police: Teen Didn't Want To Go To School, Kills GrandmotherA 14-year-old boy Pennsylvania has been charged with fatally shooting his grandmother during an argument over school.
Man Trying To Kill Skunk With Pistol Leads To School LockdownA Butler County school was locked down after a man was scene near the campus with a handgun.
Police: 14-Year-Old Boy Holds Students, Teacher Hostage At SchoolPolice say a 14-year-old boy held several students and a teacher hostage at a West Virginia school.
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.