Monday, March 2 was "Read Across America Day," a national event designed to promote reading among kids in elementary schools. And what better way better to celebrate a day dedicated to the excitement of reading than to force America's little kids to submit to several grueling hours of Common Core standardized tests?
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Officials at South Windsor High School in the suburbs of Hartford, Conn. have placed a popular high school English teacher on paid leave for asking students to read an explicit raunchy, staggeringly detailed poem about the glory of sex between two men.
The University of California, Los Angeles hosted a workshop last week comparing the "mass deaths" of illegal aliens "along the U.S.-Mexico border" to the deaths of AIDS victims, and urging pro-illegal immigration activists to use the same tactics utilized by ACT UP and other AIDS advocacy groups.
Teachers at Coleman A. Young Elementary in Detroit, Mich. sent a letter home with children last week threatening the little kids with suspension if their parents do not show up to a parent-teacher meeting.
CNN, which bills itself as "The Most Trusted Name in News," has apologized for a technical gaffe that caused the cable channel to display a photo of Vladimir Putin above the blazing banner "'JIHADI JOHN' REVEALED."
Earlier this month, The Atlantic published "What ISIS Really Wants" by Graeme Wood.
Leaders of ISIS are now calling on followers to assassinate an American college professor in the group's propaganda magazine.
ISIS jihadist "Jihadi John," who speaks fluent, British English and who has beheaded several hostages, is a Pittsburgh Pirates fan who majored in computer science at a mediocre university in London where Islamic radicalism is flourishing.
Graduate students enrolled in University of California, Berkeley School of Social Welfare organized a teach-in on campus because they are angry that a white professor brought up black-on-black crime in discussions related to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Do not --- do not --- cross America's grandmothers, especially when they have Facebook pages and aren't afraid to use them.
Last month, as part of a bid to promote religious pluralism on campus, Duke University's iconic, 200-foot-tall Duke Chapel was going to be the site of a series of calls to Islamic prayer to be broadcast on Friday afternoons.
Well, America, it's Black History Month. And what better way better to celebrate the many important contributions of black Americans than by segregating a bunch of black kids for a special, blacks-only assembly?
A group of students at the University of California, Berkeley participated in a silent demonstration on Tuesday to protest parts of a national campus sexual assault conference that they didn't like.
Cops: Teacher Warned Teen Of ‘Mafia Ties’ When He Tried Blackmailing Her Over Mind-Blowing Sex Trauma
The case of one of the most recent female public high school teachers who was arrested for allegedly having sex with an underage student has taken an incredibly bizarre turn.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has advised female college students who claim to have been sexually assaulted to contact real, actual police.
Officials at Sewanee: The University of the South excitedly unveiled a massive golden clitoris statue on Wednesday afternoon. There was a reception.
A judge in Jefferson City, Mo. ruled on Tuesday that the state's payment of more than $4 million in membership fees as part of a standardized testing consortium is illegal.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is floundering in his bid to win a second term. Emanuel failed to secure 50 percent of the mayoral vote on Tuesday. Thus, under Second City law, he must now face off against Jesus "Chuy" Garcia, a relatively obscure upstart who finished second and has given the mayor a surprising and tough battle.
Can baseball survive as the American pastime if grown men aren't allowed to stand around in a giant, manicured grass field grabbing their crotches and delighting in giant, brown, cancerous wads of tobacco in their mouths?