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How to Stop Bullying: Controversial "Anti-Bullying" Flier Says What We Don't Want to Hear

A Nebraska Elementary School Apologizes After Pupils Got Questionable “Tips” for Dealing with Bullies

A flier was recently sent home with some fifth-grade students from a Nebraska elementary school listing nine “tips” meant to help minimize the harms of bullying. 671 more words



On Wednesday Tracy and Mary Finney of Marietta, Georgia were met by a police officer outside their children’s public school and informed they were trespassing on school property because they opposed the school’s process of testing all children. 1,638 more words


Letter to English State School System

Even since I left teaching two years ago, the system has deteriorated markedly – and I feel very great concern for teachers and pupils alike. The Sausage Factory mentality is ever more prevalent in our schools – and the System seems to take precedence over the human being every time. 820 more words

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Sick to the Core

In the UK college is simple.  You decide your major and for the next four years you work hard, party hard and turn up to your scheduled classes (hungover or not).   434 more words

Mature Student

Is There A Price On Acceptance Of Racism?

(By Huseyin Abudharr Ali)

On March 24th the University Campus Suffolk held an art auction to raise funds. One of the artists featured was Maggi Hambling, whose work has featured at the Tate Modern and she has been awarding an OBE and a CBE, officially making her an officer and then a commander “of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire”. 535 more words


Texas Still Ranks Low in Education Funding

According to the Dallas Morning News, Texas has improved its funding for K-12 education, now spending roughly $9,000 per student annually, placing it 46th among the National Education Agency (NEA) ranking of the fifty states and Washington, D.C. 494 more words


High School Training Ground

One of my favorite poets, Malcolm London, uses Chicago in his poems as a vehicle to share with his audience the challenges which face America’s youth, the education system, and the culture of violence in the United States.

Poem By: Malcolm London