‘You want kids to come to class? You want them to get excited? You gotta come in here, you gotta make ‘em excited, to change him and make him better, you gotta touch his freakin’ heart.’
by David Pakman •
So … she only molests white children? When has racism ever prevented sexual abuse?
Students are already worried enough about a stranger or fellow student bringing a gun into school. Students shouldn’t have to worry about their teachers, too.
by Shannon Barber •
This pledge sends a disturbing (and misogynist) message to non gender-conforming high school students.
by T. Steelman •
‘It’s all going to hit so hard, so fast and shut that school system down til they get things straight.’
by Dave Dreher •
A teacher’s pet project of her own “50 shades of grey” novel now has the attention of the world on her small town, much to the town’s discomfort.
by David Pakman •
WTF?: High school student leaves voice mail claiming that his English teacher compares Huckleberry Finn’s moral stance on slavery with today’s pro-life movement.
by Tiffany Willis •
A teacher in South Lyon, Michigan has been suspended for allowing a student in her class play a ‘pro-gay marriage’ song.
by Justin Acuff •
Romney insults teachers’ unions, public schools, and the entire educational system while being rude to a teacher.
by Jeremy Huff •
Whatever the outcome may be, it is worth noting that neutrality in matters of social consciousness only serves to promote the apathy of future generations. Such an attitude is unworthy of respect or admiration and not a positive value to instill in our children.
by Liberal Lamp Post •
Yes, Republicans nationwide are engaging in concerted efforts to suppress votes, overpower women’s rights and tar and feather Obama. But did you also know that Republicans may be purposely undermining the public education system to keep wealth and power concentrated in the top 1 percent in future generations?
by Tex Shelters •
Republicans are getting away with attacking workers while Democrats do little to push back against the increasing corporate power in the United States at the expense of the rest of us.