Six plaintiffs have filed a federal civil suit in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District alleging that Louisiana State University violated their rights under Title IX, because the university failed to protect them from what the lawsuit calls a “successful serial sexual predator.”
The Bienville Parish Sheriff’s Office announced on Facebook Tuesday, Oct. 5 that it will no longer be providing resource officers to schools in the parish. The sheriff’s office also took the opportunity to squash a rumor about why this change is happening.
The stigma surrounding mental health issues is a powerful thing among African Americans, particularly men, says Dr. Kevin Washington, head of the Department of Psychology/Sociology at Grambling State University.
The President is meeting with business leaders and CEOs that have instituted vaccine requirements or are working to implement the new vaccine rules he set forth last week, including William Tate IV, President of Louisiana State University.
Southern University and A&M College has been ranked as one of the top 20 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) in the country out of 107 according to a recent report by U.S. News and World Report.
In the wake of Diboll ISD’s decision to require all students, staff, and visitors to wear masks starting on Sept. 1, the Texas Attorney General’s Office sent a letter that threatened legal action if the mask mandate is enforced.
For the third time in the institution’s 40-year history, the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA) is enrolling high-achieving students affected by a natural disaster. This time, it’s Hurricane Ida.
COVID-19 has caused ArkLaTex schools to make adjustments to provide a quality education to students. One Texarkana, Ark. elementary school has become one of 11 schools in the state to try something different to keep student learning moving forward.