The Louisiana American Civil Liberties Union says the principal at Walnut Hill Elementary and Middle School violated students First Amendment rights when he sent a letter to parents urging them to pray.
Caddo Parish Public Schools has commenced an internal investigation into an open letter sent by the American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana.
Angelyn McMurray, the president of the non-profit organization “We Are Free,” will be speaking at Southern Arkansas University about her charge to foster respect and eradicate exploitation.
A diesel powered equipment technology student at Northwest Louisiana Technical College’s Shreveport campus has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by the Red River Street Rod Association.
The Southern Arkansas University STEM Center for K-12 Education has been awarded a grant from the Arkansas STEM Coalition to provide a one-day, hands-on science and engineering STEM leadership workshop for female students ranging from tenth grade in high school through college sophomores.
To mark National Doctors’ Day at University Health Shreveport, LSUHSC medical students switched roles with patients in the pediatric unit.
East Texas Baptist University crowned its 59th Miss ETBU over the weekend.
Caddo Parish Commissioner Michael Williams has been indicted for defrauding the Caddo Parish Commission and stealing from a nonprofit meant to help at-risk youth.
The American Medical Student Research Journal, an international, student-driven journal started by LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine students, has released its second issue.
Dorothy Jones Washington has penned her second children’s e-book, “I’m Glad I’m Not a Zombie,” a rhyming poetic story that describes a child imagining how his life would be if he were one of the undead.
Werner Park Elementary in Shreveport received a major donation that will help transform its classrooms into the 21st century.
Crosscut sawing, canoeing, duck calling and ax throwing are some of the events LSU College of Agriculture students participated in at forestry and wildlife conclaves.
As Louisiana educators try to prepare students for a growing number of careers in seemingly divergent fields - science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, and mechanical trades - agriculture could provide common ground for training the state’s workforce of the future.
The Cammie G. Henry Research Center at Northwestern State University’s Watson Library is presenting an exhibit to celebrate the history of the university, its presidents and their families.
The TRiO Program at Southern University at Shreveport donated of over 2,000 white towels and white pillowcases to the Shreveport Bossier Rescue Mission.
Not everyone in one east Texas community supports a $109 million school bond.
Researchers at LSU Health Shreveport Health Sciences Center have made a significant discovery that could be used to help develop vaccines against a common virus that can have damaging effects on unborn babies and people with weakened immune systems.
A new tuition and fees table was introduced Tuesday at the Texarkana College Board of Trustees meeting showing a cost that remains in line with the state average for community colleges across Texas and among the lowest of all regional higher education institutions.
Nearly 440 4-H’ers representing every parish in the state attended the 2015 Junior Leadership Conference at Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center March 13-15.
East Texas Baptist University announces a departmental restructuring that will move the Department of Communication Studies to the School of Fine Arts.
A school principal in Natchitoches has been arrested for allegedly striking an 11-year-old student multiple times.
A Tyler, Texas, couple honored family members by establishing an endowed scholarship at Northwestern State University to benefit nursing students.
Southern Arkansas University's DeAndre Jenkins was excited to graduate from college and begin his career so that he could go back to school.
Southern Arkansas University invites you to the seventh-annual free spring concert that will highlight country music artists from Texas and Louisiana.
Match Day is one of LSU Health Shreveport’s biggest days of the year but for 107 medical students, it’ll be one of the biggest days of their lives.
Southern Arkansas University’s Master of Science in Computer and Information Science degree was recently ranked among the nation’s top MCIS programs by GoGrad.org.
Politics and education take center stage at the Louisiana State Capital. Governor Bobby Jindal announces an exit plan for Common Core.
You can join students and staff at Southern University at Shreveport as they commemorate Southern University System’s 135-year history at its annual Founders’ Day Celebration.
The US team made it very close Tuesday night but still pulled out the overall win in the 18th annual Montgomery Cup against the British with a final score of 19 to 17.
East Texas Baptist University Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Gerald Nissley, Jr. is the recipient of the 2015 Ward Walker Award.
Continuing a spring tradition, Centenary students, faculty, and staff will gather this weekend for BIG Event 8.
ASN and BSN students and faculty at Northwestern State University’s College of Nursing and School of Allied Health in Shreveport participated in the Meals on Wheels 5K.
If you're looking for a fun and constructive way to keep your child busy during Spring Break the Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office has an idea.
Dr. Abdel Bachri, chair of the Department of Engineering and Engineering Physics at Southern Arkansas University, has been awarded a research development grant totaling $265,000 to explore the effect of space radiation in a near-zero gravity environment on human chromosomes.
As Southern Arkansas University’s Fishing Team continues to reel in points and rocket up the national rankings, the talented Mulerider anglers hope to recruit more team members and students to SAU.
First Baptist Church School fifth grade student, Sutton Smith, has been named the Private School Elementary Student of the Year for the State of Louisiana by the Department of Education.
Area superintendents and school officials along with members of the Texarkana College Board of Trustees and Foundation Board have approved a new plan for graduating seniors in the top of their high school class to study at TC for up to two years at no cost.
A 3-year-old Arkansas girl's dream to go to Disney World has come true thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana History Museum have formed a Cooperative Endeavor agreement between Northwestern State University and the Louisiana State Museum.
Southern University at Shreveport (SUSLA) is proud to host Grammy award winning musician Lalah Hathaway in a concert benefitting student scholarships at SUSLA on Thursday, March 12 at 7:30pm at the Scottish Rite Temple, 725 Cotton Street, Shreveport, LA.
The United States debate team got off to a strong start defeating the University of Edinburgh with a 4-2 victory. LSU Shreveport debaters, Madelyn Snead, Colby Walker, and Elizabeth Kemp were chosen to start and all played crucial roles in the first victory.
NBC News - The University of Oklahoma on Monday shut down a fraternity whose members allegedly chanted a racial slur and referenced lynching in a video and the school president said he would consider expelling the students involved.
The Louisiana Association for Academic Competition will sponsor the 24th Annual State Quiz Bowl Tournament at Northwestern State University.
If you're still trying to decide where you want to get your degree Bossier Parish Community College wants to help you out with your decision.
BESE discussed Common Core testing, the review process for education standards and teachers, and funding
Dr. James Braswell Henderson will be formally invested as Northwestern State University’s 18th president later this month.
If you have a Pre-K or kindergarten age child the Texarkana Arkansas School District invites you to come out for an early, easy registration for the 2015-16 school year.
The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education met Thursday in Baton Rouge.
The white coat, a symbol of the medical profession and its scientific connection, will be granted to 110 members of the LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine second-year class.
With two fingers placed on each side of the reptile’s head, Chloe Vitrano, scooped a small alligator out of a holding tank.