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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.
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There's a big difference between 'punishment' and 'discipline'.
Most of them are bare-handed, and none appear to have any safety gear.
Parents who can afford to opt for a private school no doubt believe that they are doing what's best. And perhaps they are -- for their own family. However, this "every man for himself" attitude -- although a natural survival instinct -- does not benefit society as a whole.
Government schools are asking for charity to fund key education programs, with busine es and wealthy donors getting tax deductions for their financial input. Almost 200 private donors have so far bank...
I will never forget my son's school orientation. I was genuinely afraid, not at the thought of my little boy going to school, not of the enormity of this milestone and not even because finding parking that day had used every bit of my given quota for patience, but because of the other mums.