A Redditor put up this picture of a science teacher at his school with an amazing talent for drawing. According to the post, in the day and age of white and smart boards, he refuses to teach in any room other than the one that has a conventional blackboard, that way he can do his chalk drawings while teaching.
Holding her father’s hand and a new pink backpack, Malala Yousafzai returned to school for the first time since she was shot in the head by the Talibanfive months ago.
Dog trainer, Kayo Takeda says Japan lags behind in terms of adopting abandoned pets.
And the kids at this school seem to have got the message out.
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Harvard University Spied On Its Faculty Secretly Searching Deans’ Email Accounts, Hunting For Media Leak
Faculty members at Harvard criticized the university on Sunday after revelations that administrators secretly searched the e-mail accounts of 16 resident deans in an effort to learn who leaked information about a student cheating scandal to the news media.
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This is a video of an adorable tiny dog named Beebee. This Chihuahua was born with a serious disability. She has no shoulders blades! That means she cannot put any weight on her front legs or stretch them at all!
A New York Gym teacher, who weighs 220 pounds and has also played college football, has filed an absurd lawsuit claiming that he was beaten up by a 6-year-old. John Webster, a 27-year-old gym teacher at PS 330 in Queens, said that a 4-foot-2 Rodrigo Carpio kicked and bit him after he reprimanded the child for horseplay. The child also injured Webster’s ankle and knee. He now has to wear braces on both of his legs. “It’s sort of like an angel-devil sort of thing,” Webster said about Rodrigo.
Graduation is one of the most important times in a person’s life. When you are a young person looking forward to a life of achievement and fulfillment, this is the moment that is the starting point of all the dreams coming true. Nothing seems impossible. Life may or may not have other plans in the making but it’s one of those moments when a person has enough guts and confidence to take it all on.
As Orin Hatch a senior United States Senator puts it, “There is a good reason they call these ceremonies commencement exercises. Graduation is not the end; it’s the beginning.”