A controversial note posted to Facebook by a high school in Little Rock, Arkansas has divided the internet.
The crumpled piece of paper held up to the camera captured the schoolgirls' rage perfectly.
A 13-year-old Staten Island boy, who took his own life after being bullied incessantly, left a devastating letter explaining that no one from his school helped him.
Isn't it time we all learnt our way around the only organ known to exist for the sole purpose of sexual pleasure?
The distress of a talented woman who could no longer bear the load of teaching our littlest kids should make all of us stop and think.
For girls at co-educational schools, the numbers just aren't adding up.
More than 80,000 students suspended or expelled in 15 months.
Mandatory literacy and numeracy standards, a crackdown on cheats and scaling boost for higher maths are on the way.
Significant energy is expended in trying to create division in Australia's education system. It's the wrong approach.
Schools associated with the Church of Scientology are receiving more government funding per student than hundreds of Australian public schools.
Jordy Goldsack, 13, was made to cut off her bangle given to her by her deceased dad as it did not comply with school rules.