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According to the CDC, more high school students in Cleveland are attempting to take their own lives, than in any other American city. Two out of every ten high school student enrolled in Cleveland Metropolitan Schools, according to the CDC, tried to kill themselves in 2015. Twenty percent of the CMSD high school population is […]

Making sense of the world is challenging for adults—and even more so for youths. Events and social conditions affect kids, but they often lack the voice and means to express their views. Tiffany James, a Columbia, South Carolina-based performer and blogger, launched Acting Up with Tiffany in 2015 to help teens and pre-teens find their […]

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The Music Settlement in University Circle is growing phenomenal musicians as young as 3-years-old with The Suzuki Program. Sukuki Department Head, Callista Koh, is a phenomenon herself. She plays a 350-year-old, half-million dollar violin and bow bequeathed to TMS by former student, Melvin Ritter, Concert Master with the St. Louis Symphony. Koh’s students learn on […]

Michelle Obama is known to many as the first lady of the United States, but for young students set to attend college, she doubles as someone who succeeded from ignoring her “doubters and “haters.” Featured on the cover of the May 2016 issue of Seventeen magazine with high school students Gemma Busoni and Zaniya Lewis, […]

A weekend convention in the Chicago suburbs turned controversial because of a high school skit depicting a modern slave auction. Two Barrington High School students performed the skit Friday in front of an audience during the 2016 Illinois Junior Classical Convention, a Latin competition, at the Westin hotel in Itasca. The skit was performed during […]

Students and parents looking for financial aid to help pay for college are rejoicing about the release of a new 67-page book entitled, Get That…

A day after protests brought down two University of Missouri officials, reports of racially charged threats permeated social media — as well as a rumor…

The students of Yale University used their voices to speak out against several instances of racial injustice on the Ivy League campus, leading to a heavy debate about…

  The program combs the Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts of students, both when they are in class and off campus. “It monitors…

Graduations are meant to be special moments between students and their families, but one family is now facing charges for cheering on their relatives during a…

A group of teachers, principals, and administrators from Atlanta were found guilty this week of taking part in one of the nation’s biggest cheating scandals…

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Connecticut College officials canceled classes on Monday after someone scrawled “No N-words” in the bathrooms on the first floor of the student center building, according…