Baltimore's schools look to turn the aftermath of Freddie Gray's death into a teachable moment for students.
Some schools are trying to teach parents a lesson when it comes to such issues as vacations, lunches and dress codes. So who's in charge when your kid's life and the lesson plan collide? NBC national correspondent Craig Melvin reports.
Dr. Natalie Azar joins TODAY to talk about new guidelines issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics, stating that there's no ground for your kids to be kept from school if they get head lice.