Most Teachers Purchase Their Own School Supplies

The average teacher spent nearly $500 on school supplies during the 2014 to 2015 school year. Seven percent of teachers spend more than $1,000 on school supplies. Teachers spend more money when they work in a high-poverty school than in a wealthier school. Fifty percent of public schools are eligible for the free lunch program. […]... Read More

Top Teachers In US Get Oppertunity To Meet At White House

Some of the top teachers in the United States were given a rare opportunity recently to meet with the President of the United States. This meeting followed a contentious meeting with Betsy DeVos, Secretary Of Education, and served to give these educators an opportunity to stress the importance of kindness and empathy.   The winners […]... Read More

Arizona Teachers Protest Against Pay

Fair societies and their respective governments have long allowed citizens, businesses, and other classes of people and groups have long banded together in the name of better rights, pay, liberties, and other benefits for themselves. While some unions get more than a fair market value for their employees in terms of pay, far too many […]... Read More

Syracuse Fraternity Suspended For Insensitive Video

While most every college student in the United States of America doesn’t join a fraternity or sorority, tens of thousands of college kids join Greek organizations for various reasons: some like to be well-connected to other successful or well-networked people later in life, whereas others just might want to have fun, or meet friends at […]... Read More

Students In A Massachusetts Preschool Can’t Say “Best Friend” Anymore

Think back to your childhood, whether that’s three years of age, of a ripe, big-boy-esque 10 years of age, imagine fights that you got into with some of your closest friends. Even if they were just verbal disagreements that left one or both of you guys or gals ticked off, they probably happened more times […]... Read More