Not just one, but TWO English teachers at Destrehan High School in the town of Destrehan, La., have now been arrested for having sex with the same 16-year-old male student — at the same time.
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An associate professor at East Carolina University is currently teaching the first-ever course at the school on the history of conservative intellectual thought in the United States.
Before he was an inconsequential U.S. senator representing Minnesota, Democrat Al Franken was an unfunny comedian with bit parts on "Saturday Night Live."
Rest easy, America, because all is right with the First Amendment thanks to the wisdom of our federal judges: American public schools can ban American flag T-shirts in high schools but must allow "I (heart) Boobies!" bracelets in middle schools.
Goddard College has tabbed convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal to deliver a fall commencement address.
A married, 32-year-old high school English teacher in Louisiana has been arrested for having sex with a 16-year-old male student.
The American Humanist Association, which hates all religion with much fire and brimstone, has found a small, rural community to threaten to sue into submission.
Proponents of the Common Core Standards Initiative have been mauled in the court of public opinion and in state legislatures across America since last autumn when they confidently rolled out their attempt to standardize curricula for public school students in 46 states.
A Saudi student who had been a full-time student at a public university in Southern California has now been missing for nearly two weeks.
The Daily Caller's alphabetical tour de force showing that absolutely everything is racist is almost done. Finally!
The U.S. economy has been strangely dismal for new college graduates. How dismal? Well, the average college graduate under 40 who carries student debt currently has a median net worth of just $8,700. The Washington Post recently advised newly-minted college graduates to give up hope and go live in their parents' basements.
A Southern California woman is out of a job and facing death threats after she used her cell phone to videotape an encounter with a homeowner over a Mexican flag flying in the homeowner's front yard — and published the video on YouTube.
A tenured professor at a taxpayer-funded American university has written a screed published in a major Liberian newspaper, the Daily Observer, which suggests that U.S. Department of Defense bioterrorism experiments unleashed the Ebola virus epidemic currently sweeping West Africa.
Last week, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden stood side by side to announce a new administration initiative to combat sexual assault on college campuses.
The Common Core State Standards Initiative, a set of K-12 math and language arts curriculum benchmarks and high-stakes standardized tests now implemented in most states, is deeply unpopular for many reasons. Perhaps chief among those reasons is an entrenched aversion by parents, teachers and students to high-stakes standardized tests.
Under a new law proposed this week by Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy's Sandy Hook Advisory Commission, every homeschooling parent with a child who has been labeled with a behavioral or emotional problem would be forced to submit to a host of strict, burdensome regulations.
Billionaire software tycoon Bill Gates has poured some $200 million into efforts to develop and promote the Common Core State Standards Initiative, a set of K-12 math and language arts curriculum benchmarks and high-stakes standardized tests now implemented in classrooms across America.
As everyone knows, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. That vast repository of experiences could now include children between the ages of five and eight learning about homosexuality and, of course, that "touching and rubbing one's genitals to feel good is called masturbation."
Alabama Superintendent Actually Believes US Spy Agency Called School Staff About Kid’s Social Media Use
The superintendent of public schools in Huntsville, Ala. totally believes that an employee at the National Security Agency contacted school district officials 18 months ago to warn them about a student's social media message promising to injure a teacher.