Getting suspended or kicked out of school for crude or violent behavior is a given, but what about for lesser offenses?
A Tennessee high school is facing pushback for its policy of separating students at lunchtime based on their grades.
Lisa Bloom discusses a new partnership between Facebook and the State of Maryland's schools fighting cyberbullying.
The past few years has seen more students being tested for substance abuse as more schools across the country implement new drug testing policies.
Interest rates for new Stafford loans will rise to 6.8% from 3.4% on July 1st unless Congress acts.
Issues at stake include rights surrounding gay marriage, admissions policies at state universities, and Section 5 of The Voting Rights Act of 1965.