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Read: Parents Drop Lawsuit Against Ill. School System’s Transgender Policy

Parents Drop Lawsuit Against Ill. School System’s Transgender Policy

The four-year legal battle began after parents sued Township High School District 211 for allowing a transgender girl to use the girl’s locker room.

Read: Autism Awareness: Advocates Discuss Risks Involved with Disorder

Autism Awareness: Advocates Discuss Risks Involved with Disorder

Researchers are studying ways to prevent children with autism from wandering away, which is a risk many parents have experienced.

Read: ‘Virtual Kidnapping’ Has SoCal Police Alerting Local Schools

‘Virtual Kidnapping’ Has SoCal Police Alerting Local Schools

There have been two separate reports of parents receiving phone calls that their children have been abducted and will be killed unless they send money.

Read: N.Y. Judge Denies 44 Unvaccinated Students from Returning to School

N.Y. Judge Denies 44 Unvaccinated Students from Returning to School

After a severe measles outbreak in Rockland County, N.Y., the judge denied all unvaccinated children from returning to school.

Read: Father Accused of Hitting Village School SRO with Car

Father Accused of Hitting Village School SRO with Car

The accused father allegedly tried to pick his son up from the Texas elementary school without permission and was arrested by police.

Read: Child Abuse Increases After Kids Get Report Cards, Study Suggests

Child Abuse Increases After Kids Get Report Cards, Study Suggests

A new study from researchers in Florida found that child abuse rises on Saturdays following report cards getting sent home on Fridays.

Read: Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

An audit by the U.S. Dept. of Ed.’s Inspector General found their own office liable for not handling FERPA complaints in a timely and effective manner.

Read: New Jersey Mother’s ‘Gut Feeling’ Stops Potential Shooting in Kentucky

New Jersey Mother’s ‘Gut Feeling’ Stops Potential Shooting in Kentucky

After waking up to horrific Facebook messages from a man in Kentucky, a mother of three decided to alert police from 650 miles away.

Read: Philly School Unions Demand Action over Violence Against Teachers

Philly School Unions Demand Action over Violence Against Teachers

During the 2017-2018 school year, there were 148 reported acts of violence against teachers and administrators at Philadelphia schools.

Read: How Campus Police Can Help Colleges With Parent Relations

How Campus Police Can Help Colleges With Parent Relations

Campus police have a lot to offer parents during their student’s first years at college.

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