Over the course of two weeks, a theater professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout (UWS) was censored twice, reported to the "threat assessment team", and threatened with criminal charges for two different posters he put on his office door
14-year-old Virginia high school student Brian Thompson thought it would be hysterical to run down the sideline during a football game dressed as a banana. We agree, kind of funny, but unfortunately the school and local police didn’t find the stunt as amusing and had the kid arrested.
Fall means school, and school means homework, and homework –- for many a family -– means stress and arguments. But getting homework done doesn’t have to be a daily battle. Here are a few easy ways for parents to make the routine a little easier for kids.
When I was a student at Kirby Junior High School, Mr. Otis C. Polk, Sr. was our principal. Or, as he told it, he was our princi-pal. It was Mr. Polk’s way of ‘killing two birds with one stone”. One, he was teaching us th
As kids around the world continue to put off their summer reading lists and inevitable Trapper Keeper shopping trips, teachers are already prepping to head back to school. And it's very likely that one of those hardworking people could be the biggest inspiration your kid's life. While we ca
A child’s day doesn’t end when the final school bell rings. In fact for many children it’s just beginning. Where to go for ideas? Oddly, pull from what your kids love most about school — and think outside the sandbox. From the physical, to the
School is almost back in session, which means it’s time to start brushing up on tips for taking the bus. The school bus can be a great resource for time-strapped parents and independence-seeking children alike. But it also needs to be approached with safety and care.
Here are five tips to make your child’s bus ride the best it can be.
When I was in grade school I would get so mad to see “Back To School” posters hanging from the ceilings in stores by mid July. However, the cute folders with puppies and kittens on them did help ease the nauseous feeling of summer coming to an end. I've looked a
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