This week, we'll hear a song for students who need encouragement, hear from some kids who are saying the darndest things, and read about what the characters in our commercials say about America.


A Salt Lake City school proved there's a wrong way to handle unpaid student lunch bills.


The school originally allowed the student to use the girls' bathroom, but it changed course after controversy surrounding the issue.


The Golden State started tracking more detailed discipline data last year.


The new rule requires districts to adopt policies that "reflect a discipline philosophy based on the goals of fostering, teaching, and acknowledging positive behavior."


Antoinette Tuff won praise by calmly convincing gunman to drop his weapon and surrender to police.


The proposal would also require school boards to keep names of armed employees private.


This week features a fun new video from your favorite Kid President, a discussion of race and language from Gawker, and a frank discussion about frank discussions from The Atlantic.


Will putting pressure on the private sector help change the way kids eat?


School resource officers in Maize, Kan., school district issue tickets to students for using profanity, a practice students have questioned.


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