You need to see these side-by-side results from IKEA’s bullying experiment.
By Nicole Merritt of jthreeNme Ten years ago, I was graduating from a small(ish) Catholic college twenty minutes south of Boston. I was 22 and about to get married and move to Miami to begin law school. Ten years ago, I naively thought, “I’ve made it.” I’ve graduated college. (check!) I’ve secured a husband. (check!) […]
Going above and beyond for their students is nothing new for teachers. In fact, it’s what many expect when they go into the profession. (Lord knows it’s not for the cash flow.)Teachers in 1852 probably brought in extra clothes and extra coal for the fire from home, just like teachers today often provide their own […]
Millcreek School District, located in a suburb of Erie, Pennsylvania, is valiantly doing its part to protect its students from gun violence. All of the district’s 500 teachers were given baseball bats to ward off armed intruders. Before you agree or disagree with this $1,800 decision, let me continue. The teachers were not provided full-sized […]
By Angela Anagnost Repke The other day, my daughter and I sat nuzzled in the couch with a stack of books beside us. As we read “Fancy Nancy,” “Sleeping Beauty,” and “Where the Wild Things Are,” I became annoyed. Yes, those books are all great—honestly, I’ll read anything to my kids as long as they enjoy […]
When I was in elementary school, I swear to you, the most work I ever did outside of class was remembering to bring my Valentine’s cards to school on the right day. And I feel like first grade consisted mostly of show and tell and learning to color between the lines. Please tell me I’m […]
National Grammar Day is coming up, also known as the day many people correct their friends and family under the guise of being celebratory. And while most people associate grammar and syntax with standard English, here’s a fun fact: non-standard dialects of English also have their own rules governing usage. (Don’t believe me? Ask a […]
By Leah Richards “I had my backpack on my back, just in case I got shot in the back, it would go through my bookbag and my books, I just ran…” Masiel Baluja – Student: Stoneman Douglas High School – Source: CNN I will tell him to run. My son. I will tell him to […]