*Students at one New York public school were all set to turn in their Black History Month reports until their teacher realized who the report was on.
“I’m outraged. As a teacher, you’re imposing your opinion on a bunch of kids,”said parent Cleatress Brown, according to the New York Daily News.
Brown is only one of several parents outraged because learning about Malcolm X during Black History Month has been banned from their child’s elementary school class.
Teachers at Public School 201 reportedly refused to allow fourth graders to write about the assassination of Malcolm X because he was, according to them, “violent” and “bad”.
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*Well, personally, I doubt if Miley Cyrus has anything to worry about.
Her ass is safe with me.
But two high-school teachers at Olive Branch High School in Mississippi might find themselves in a lot of hot water. A video of them Twerking in front of the classroom as students watch has gone viral and is raising some eyebrows.
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*Education is the key to freedom for many.
An advanced education promises higher salaries and benefits for most, but there are still some that are finding that the hundreds of thousands of dollars that have been spent on several degrees far outweigh their ability to repay those loans.
A recent report from ABC, gives clear evidence that between the economy and some students’ field of study, more students have landed in line for food stamps and other social services. (more…)
Denver Broncos Safety David Bruton takes his skills to the classroom during lockout.
*One of the most important jobs is teaching our nation’s children.
Some people have been called to be a teacher, but some try it as a means to an end. But, they find that it is a rewarding position with many fringe benefits that they never imagined.
As the NFL tries to workout its financial issues during the lockout, many players found themselves twiddling their thumbs trying to figure out what to do with their spare time. According to NPR, Denver Broncos safety David Bruton decided (more…)