James O’Keefe’s new media venture is a crowdsourced Project Veritas—equipped with cheap Amazon spy cameras
O'Keefe said he's already recruited at least 20 people.
On Mar 15, 2023 by Claire Goforth
Parents say they were banned from events at their kids’ school after posting their support for the LGBTQ community online
'This is true allyship not folding when it's hard.'
On Feb 28, 2023 by Tricia Crimmins
‘We get paid $2 a minute for every minute they’re late’: Teacher says parent was charged $116 after they picked up their child an hour late
'It goes directly to my pocket.'
On Feb 10, 2023 by Cecilia Lenzen
‘I feel gutted’: Teacher weighs quitting after students record TikTok videos of her
'I am not going to subject myself to this abuse and bullying.'
On Jan 23, 2023 by Brooke Sjoberg
How right-wing groups online stoked a moral panic about school libraries
'These books save lives.'
On Jan 21, 2023 by Rebecca Caraway
‘That’s my Christmas bonus’: Teacher says school gave her COVID rapid test as holiday gift
'Is this a joke?'
On Dec 22, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘She scratched it out and wrote the other teacher’s name’: School counselor says her Secret Santa present was regifted right in front of her
'She could have at least played it off with a new BAG.'
On Dec 15, 2022 by Cecilia Lenzen
A mass texting campaign is impersonating a school board candidate, claiming he runs child drag shows
The other candidates are denying that they sent out the texts.
On Oct 11, 2022 by Mikael Thalen
Dozens of schools across the nation were swatted this week, raising fears of coordinated campaign
Schools in multiple states were targeted on Monday.
On Sep 20, 2022 by Claire Goforth
‘That’s how you know it’s too common’: News anchor says ‘back to school shooting’ on live TV
'The most American clip ever.'
On Aug 24, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins
Court rules digital room scans of college students violate Fourth Amendment rights
The case could set a precedent for digital monitoring of students.
On Aug 23, 2022 by David Covucci
‘I am not upset. I’m enraged’: Administration asked school librarian to take down banned books display after one parent complained
'I serve over 700 students, not one student alone.'
On Aug 20, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘The teacher has to catalog every single book’: Teacher says students can’t read any of her books until they’re screened for ‘age appropriateness’
'The kids in here are asking me, 'can I go get a book and read?' and I have to say 'no you can't.''
On Aug 15, 2022 by Cecilia Lenzen
‘How much of my own money am I expected to spend?’: Teacher’s video of empty Kindergarten classroom sparks discussion of teacher pay, room furnishing responsibility
Teachers will spend an average of $500 to furnish their classrooms, according to the NEA.
On Aug 7, 2022 by Brooke Sjoberg