Almost 70 percent of Indian population lives in villages, where the internet and smartphones can be a luxury.
She's also quoting civil rights icon John Lewis.
The students were ultimately forced to transfer to another high school.
The judge ruled it's in the teen's best interest to stay and complete a program in juvenile detention.
COVID-19 outbreaks at day camps and sleepaway camps are throwing yet another wrench in summer plans across the U.S.
Education experts (and desperate parents) are begging us to actually, seriously think of the children.
Untold thousands of the nearly one million international students in the US may be forced to head back home. This is how they're feeling.
Black students say their experiences on campus are in sharp contrast to the rosy Black Lives Matter statements universities have been making in recent weeks.
Spotty access to technology for students and teachers alike may see some taking classes via transistor radio.
“These schools have contractually agreed to provide us with certain services that we're not being provided with.”
Do you want fries with that?
School systems across the country weigh "grab-and-go" schemes to feed low-income kids while not exposing them or staff to COVID-19.