Authorities say a small explosion and fire in a central Pennsylvania eighth-grade science classroom required hospital treatment for seven students and a teacher.
Since first hearing about the use of radio frequency technology to track public school students in 2004, state Rep. Lois Kolkhorst, R-Brenham, has filed a bill during every subsequent legislative session to prohibit the technology's usage.
As students head back to school after Thanksgiving break, more high school students could end up on Santa's "nice" list this year.
An Arizona high school teacher was suspended without pay for the remainder of the fall semester after locking three students in a closet to discipline them.
Privacy's last stand is taking place not far from The Alamo in Texas right now, to hear some people tell it. Two schools in San Antonio have begun tracking students using radio-enabled computer chips embedded in their ID cards, allowing administrators to know the precise whereabouts of their charges on campus -- be it in class, in the bathroom, in a stairwell or AWOL -- all while sitting at a computer.
Students at Fowler Elementary School painted dozens of pumpkins and delivered them to American National Bank , where the pumpkins will be on display.
A new program at Washington-Jackson Elementary encourages students to start thinking about college earlier in life.
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The Coalition for Hispanic Education wants to hear from parents at a forum Tuesday night.
Monday night, officials with Wichita Falls ISD spoke with parents and teachers about technology and its impact on students. The goal was to realize just how much students use things like computers and even iPads on a daily basis in the classroom.
The recent time change has Wichita Falls School Officials reminding
drivers to take extra precautions as you head to work in the mornings
and students head to school