China: Student Punished By School After Posting Selfie During Summer Vacation
A secondary school girl in China who was punished by her school for sharing a selfie on social media while she was on summer vacation has sparked a discussion over personal liberties and the right to privacy in the country.
Japanese Student Suspended For Grooming Eyebrows
When it comes to student behaviour and appearance, Japanese schools have a reputation for being quite picky. Although some of the more stringent regulations have been loosened in recent years, this doesn’t imply that they’ve vanished completely, as shown by the events at a school in Fukuoka Prefecture.
13-Year-Old Makes History: Youngest African American To Be Accepted Into Medical School
At thirteen years old, Alena Analeigh Wicker is the youngest African American student in the nation to be admitted into a medical school, making her a true inspiration to the rest of us.
Paul Rudd Facetimes Student Whose Classmates Refused To Sign His Yearbook
A mother has shared the story of how Paul Rudd reached out to her son after learning that he was the target of bullying at school.
The Pandemic Is Responsible For The Increase In Student Behavioral Issues, According To A Report
Almost all public schools in the United States feel the COVID-19 pandemic has harmed their students’ socio-emotional growth, according to government statistics published Wednesday.
Florida: Teen Accepted To All Eight Ivy League Schools
A recent high school graduate from Florida has accomplished a remarkable feat: she has been admitted to every single Ivy League school.
Former Student Donates Liver To Band Teacher
A liver, donated by a former student, will be presented to Mark Morningstar on his birthday this year.
China: To Instill The Importance Of Education In A Dropout Student, A Teacher Accompanies Him To See His Mother, A Hardworking Construction Worker
A teacher in central China went out of his way to show his 12-year-old student the benefits of education by bringing him to a construction site where his mother works as a manual laborer.
Japan: Police Commend Second-Grade Boy For Safeguarding Lost Three-Year-Old
A second-grade boy was recognized and commended by the police for his efforts in locating a missing child who was three years of age.
An Invention of a Life-Saving Device Gets A Dubai Student A Golden Visa
According to Khaleej Times, a high school student in Dubai came up with an idea for a device that might save lives on school buses in the city after witnessing the passing of a friend.