Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School told the students they should have known better.
“I swear not to have a life outside work. Who needs a social life or sleep?”
Figuring out the perfect bit of clip art was so important.
Last year, the Los Angeles school district granted teachers iPads loaded with Pearson curriculum in a controversial deal that was later voided. A new report observed most teachers weren’t using them.
BuzzFeed reported on allegations that a teacher pursued inappropriate relationships with teenage girls at two Los Angeles schools. Do you have a story of inappropriate behavior or abuse at your school?
Students at Sabino High School didn’t discover that the books had been censored until after they paid $75 for them.
Researchers warned in 2010 that the Education Secretary’s academies policy would increase educational inequality.
Several glaring factual errors were found in school textbooks from the western Indian state of Gujarat.
These are literally the faces of how we lived in 2013.
The university has given students and faculty the all clear and lifted the lockdown. Three people are currently in custody.
These imaginative posters from the 1960s encouraged kids to (gasp!) explore the library.
A fresh approach after school leaders balked.
Kyron Birdine, a junior at Arlington High School in Texas, got in a bit of hot water for tweeting about having to take the STARR standardized test.
Police officers were called to Jmyha Rickan’s school and then detained her for over two hours, all because of a temper tantrum.
Twitter responds to today’s shooting in Connecticut.
Because choosing a school should be just like shopping for milk, duh.
Web video from the group Students First headed by Michelle Rhee, the former Chancellor of the Washington, D.C. school system, calls for education reform. “This is our education system, and it can’t compete with the rest of the world.”
Parents at a New York City school started by The Blue Man Group are complaining about the school’s unorthodox teaching methods. Ahead, more on that and nine other “unique” schools from across the country.
Fancy a ciggy during class? No problem. At the Burgess Hill boarding school in the 1960’s, anything was allowed.
A $42,000 a year boarding school located amidst the forests of western Oregon, Delphian has been operating on the principles of L. Ron Hubbard since 1970, despite a lack of academic accreditation. Although the inner workings of the school have previously remained a mystery, public denouncement of the principles of Scientology have recently emboldened alumni to speak about their experiences both at Delphian, and the affiliated labor corps Sea Org. (Click here to read full article.)
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This lady is an idiot. That’s also not a good angle for you, hun.
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Because we don’t like our teachers being well-paid?
“At least computers aren’t unionized,” would argue a Republican.