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It always starts with the swear words. And then the basics, then finally the interesting stuff.
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Why can't people get the message?
If the school is too busy to meet with you, they are too busy for your child.
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It's time we all left high school behind.
A new study suggests as much.
“It is time as parents, teachers and administrators we stand up and take back our families, our schools and our country."
A cop and a boy found some common ground. Precious Cornner-Jones, an officer with the Indiana State Police, was participating in a rally at a school on Sept. 26 when she saw a small boy get so upset h...
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A teacher decided to invite a group of her pupils, who have special educational needs, to her wedding, as she knew the day wouldn't be complete without them. Kinsey French, from Louisville in the US,...
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‘Sit With Us’ also aims to help reduce bullying.
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I attended school like most children, but for me something was not right. At primary school, teachers would say: "You’re not keeping up with the class". By the time I reached high school, I was completely illiterate; I couldn't even spell basic words like ‘bread’ and ‘milk’.
I am a teacher because I have experienced first hand the role education can have in lifting young people out of a cycle of disadvantage. I am a teacher because my own teachers showed me the enormous impact that these professionals can have on the course of someone's life. I am a teacher because I can see myself in my students.
There's a big difference between 'punishment' and 'discipline'.