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Teacher Charged With Corporal Injury For Forcefully Dragging 14-Year-Old Into Pool (VIDEO)

Teacher Charged With Corporal Injury For Forcefully Dragging 14-Year-Old Into Pool (VIDEO)

Denny Peterson, a P.E. teacher in Stockton, California, has been charged with corporal injury after a video emerged of him attempting to throw a 14-year-old girl into a pool during a physical education class. Another student who attends Edison High School captured the incident on camera. The young girl can be heard yelling, “My top […]

Want Your Country Back? American Students Should Take a Page from the UK’s Book

Student protesters break through barriers to enter London's Parliament Square http://t.co/vcjz3iPe1T pic.twitter.com/PP93QPlSYg — BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) November 19, 2014 This morning thousands of student demonstrators took to the streets of London to demand free higher education. Demonstrations are taking place in 40 cities across the United Kingdom, including the UK Parliament and all throughout […]

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Will He Or Won’t He? Bernie Sanders Talks With Stephen Colbert About Running For President.

Bernie Sanders made a guest appearance on The Colbert Report, where he did not confirm nor deny whether or not he’s making a run for President. But even when he talks about doing so, the crowd goes wild. If he does, it will actually make Hillary Clinton a better candidate because instead of being wishy-washy […]

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Christmas, Easter & Jewish Holy Days Axed From Calendar In Maryland Schools

In a 7 to 1 vote on Tuesday, a Montgomery County Maryland school board has decided to strike Christian and Jewish holy days from the official 2015-2016 school calendar. The vote came after Muslim leaders pushed for officials to include Eid al-Adha, an Islamic holiday, to the school schedule, according to the Washington Post. Muslim leaders […]

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‘My Profession No Longer Exists’ – A Teacher’s Resignation Letter

Teachers are speaking out against school reforms they feel are demeaning or make it impossible to do the job they were hired to do. This is a resignation letter from an educator, Gerald J. Conti, a social studies teacher at Westhill High School in Syracuse, New York.   This letter originally appeared in the Washington […]

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