This week's female high school employee busted for allegedly trying to seduce a teenage male student with raunchy nude photos is Emily Feeney.
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The American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska has threatened to sue a small-town Nebraska school district because it is enforcing a state law which calls on teachers to sign a loyalty oath pledging their beliefs in American constitutional principles and their general love "for the finest country in the world in which to live."
If The Daily Caller has said it once, we've said it 1,000 times: Don't put your thumb anywhere near the mouth of a rattlesnake.
Picking the right college can be a difficult, confusing experience for high school students and parents. If you seek advice from, say, a guidance counselor, that person is likely to wax about academics, reputation and other such conventional wisdom.
If The Daily Caller has said it once, we've said it 1,000 times: Don't attempt a possible threesome in your 2011 Toyota Venza with two sketchy twentysomething women you hardly know.
It's back-to-school time across America. One of many things that means is that many high school seniors -- not to mention other people considering college enrollment -- must confront and lament their less-than-stellar grades and test scores.
This week's female high school teacher busted for allegedly having sex with a small gaggle of teenage male students is Michelle Yeh.
In a total downer of a court ruling, an administrative law judge in New Jersey ruled this week that a 16-year-old girl cannot use medical marijuana in school to manage her severe epilepsy.
For cash-strapped women of a certain moral caliber, the website Seekingarrangement.com offers to call them "sugar babies" and connect them with wealthy, older, often married men for "mutually beneficial relationships."
It used to be -- back when your grandfather drove an eight-cylinder Buick and America was still a serious country -- that the people who selected themselves as presidential candidates had the common decency to have actual experience as governors or legislators. At the very least, they had successfully and victoriously overseen large armies.
As the summer of 2015 winds down, it's once again time to celebrate the stupidest and most outrageous events that occurred on campus during the last academic year with The Daily Caller's Third Annual College Stupidity Awards.
A federal judge in New York has deigned to allow a teacher licensing exam which tests rudimentary academic skills and knowledge.
A professor who was sacked by administrators at a small evangelical Christian college in Oregon because she became pregnant out of wedlock has responded by suing the school for $650,000.
For the second consecutive year, a public school teacher in Oklahoma has been arrested for allegedly showing up drunk during her first week back on campus.
Middling, Taxpayer-Funded Illinois University Pays Diversity Bureaucrat More Than ANY State Governor
A second-rate public university in Illinois is paying its recently-appointed chief diversity officer a sweet salary that is more than any governor in any U.S. state makes.
An eighth-grade teacher at a public school in small-town Arizona has angered a slew of local parents by assigning a rap song by Ice Cube for students to analyze as poetry.
The state of California is perhaps America's epicenter for parents who oppose vaccinations. Those parents were mighty unhappy last month when Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill giving the state one of the country's strictest vaccination laws
Catholic School Teacher Who Says She Was Fired For Pole Dancing Is Now Pole Dancing National Champion
In an underdog story that seems apt for Christopher Guest's next "documentary," a former Catholic school kindergarten teacher has become the reigning national champion of American competitive pole dancing in the masters division (which is for women over 40 years old).
Seven long years into the presidency of Barack Obama, The Washington Post continues its obsessive quest to suggest that Obama may be lying when he professes to be a Christian.
At the "first ever [sic] Organizing Academy for Hillary Clinton!" in Chicago, Ill. this weekend, professional staffers for Clinton's presidential campaign spent an excessive and seemingly unexpected amount of time quelling concerns of skeptical attendees about why exactly it would benefit them to devote their time and attention to the Feb. 1 Iowa caucus.