{FD} Oklahoma high school teacher, student allegedly file for license to wed

A high school teacher in Oklahoma was fired Thursday after she and her 16-year-old student allegedly applied for a marriage license, according to reports.

{FD} Female teacher, 34, fired after filing for marriage license to wed 16-year-old boy student

A high school teacher in Oklahoma was fired Thursday after she and her 16-year-old student allegedly applied for a marriage license, according to reports.

{FD} New Mexico school shooter disguised himself as student to get into building, police say

The 21-year-old gunman who killed two students before allegedly committing suicide inside a New Mexico high school Thursday disguised himself as a student to get inside, law enforcement officials said.

{FD} Married science teacher, 22, arrested for sex romp with teen boy student

A married teacher in Oklahoma was arrested Wednesday after having a sexual relationship with an underage student.

{FD} Prayer talk OK now, says Maine school that threatened staffer with firing

A Maine high school is backing down from its threat to fire an employee if she ever tells a colleague in a private conversation that she is praying for him — even if that colleague is a fellow Christian and attends the same church as she.

{FD} California teacher arrested for alleged sexual misconduct while working in Tennessee

A former Tennessee high school teacher was arrested in California on Monday for alleged sexual misconduct with a previous student.

{FD} Oregon law requires teachers to report sexually-active students

Officials at the Salem-Keizer School District recently told staff and teachers that under Oregon law they must report to law enforcement or state officials if they learn — or suspect — a student is sexually active.

{FD} Public school in Minnesota requires English course aimed at eradicating white privilege

A public high school in Minnesota implemented a required, race-based English course aimed at eradicating “white privilege,” but it wasn’t billed that way to students or parents, according to a public policy organization.