School resources officers have been praised as heroes for confronting shooters, but some have failed to do their jobs or have used excessive force on students. "The Day Ahead" is taking a look at the role of school resource officers in middle and high schools.
The Number Of School Resource Officers Is Growing
With more resource officers being placed in schools across the country, the debate over what role they should play in education heats up.
Grassroots program helps Latinx community reclaim Spanish and culture
Spanish Sin Pena, which translates to "Spanish Without Shame," is an online class aimed at reconnecting Latinos to their family heritage.
The CROWN Act continues to push for representation for next generation
Orlena Nwokah Blanchard and Adjoa B. Asamoah are just a few of the women addressing race-based hair discrimination with the CROWN Act movement.
Here are Zillow's top 5 cities for recent college grads
Outdoor activities, nightlife and opportunities for employment all factored into the list.
Exploring LGBTQ+ history at US national parks and monuments
Some of the LGBTQ+ history and heritage enshrined in U.S. national parks stretch back to the Civil War.
7 shot, at least 2 dead at high school graduation in Richmond, Va.
Scripps News Richmond reported that there were at least seven victims who were shot at a graduation. At least two of the victims were reported dead.
Hollywood actors guild authorizes strike as writers continue theirs
SAG-AFTRA voted to authorize a strike at the end of the month if major Hollywood studios won't negotiate their contract terms.