The city has seven hills, so it’s basically Rome.
How do you say THANK YOU? Target and kids send thanks for helping to provide over $25 million in supplies to the Kids In Need Foundation. This is helping Target stay on track to give $1 billion to education by the end of 2015!
Now you have no excuses for handing your homework in late.
Maybe not everyone is cut out to be a teacher. Here’s what students are saying on Whisper.
“Jitni tumhari umer hai, utna mera teaching experience hai, samjhe.”
I can’t eat, but at least I have my books!
Can you get paid for watching TV?
GO AWAY, YOU DON’T CARE WHERE I’M FROM.
It’s not all apples and summer holidays.
Your French is still ne pas great.
This video will make you want to go hug a teacher.
How often should you change your bedsheets?
Hey teacher, leave them kids alone.
Another summer is already coming to a close. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make some rad stuff to mentally prepare yourself (or your kid) for another year of getting educated!
“If we have hurt or disappointed anyone, we are very sorry. Of course that was not our intention.”
An entirely accurate discussion.
Remember: Once a cheapskate, always a cheapskate.
“Oh, so like, you didn’t go to school?”
Don’t worry, perfectly SFW.
“No, really, I’m way more screwed than you. I’ve actually done no revision.”
These young students are going places. Maybe not college, but places.
BuzzFeed tried to help out students making retweet deals with their teachers. Did it work?
The Facebook group was set up in March by five students based at Wadham College.
Students at Oxford University have created a private Facebook page to record the funny, curious, and noteworthy things they hear. Here are some of the best.