Teacher accused of using hot sauce as discipline

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WFTV-TV, ORLANDO) — A special needs teacher in Osceola County could be fired for allegedly using hot sauce to discipline her students. Lillian Gomez is currently suspended from more…

Florida Senate OKs school-prayer bill

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (MIAMI HERALD) — Sen. Gary Siplin believes this is the year for school prayer. Sure, Florida lawmakers have pitched the idea time and time again. But Siplin, a more…

SAT data falsified to legitimize racial preferences?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (BIGGOVERNMENT) — Claremont McKenna College, a private liberal arts college in Los Angeles, has earned international infamy for fraudulently misreporting its SAT scores to game the U.S. News more…

Cheerleader opens eyes with muscular build

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NEW YORK DAILY NEWS) — Meet a college cheerleader who looks more like an Olympic bodybuilder. Anna Watson of the University of Georgia does not look like a more…

Photos lead to ex-teacher's arrest for molestation

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Five more alleged victims have contacted sheriff's investigators since they announced the arrest of a longtime Miramonte Elementary School teacher accused of abusing children in his classroom, authorities more…

Court approves of lockdown search of backpacks

by Bob Unruh -- A random, lockdown search of student's backpacks and other possessions, organized by a Missouri high school and the local sheriffs' department, did not violate any constitutional protections, according more…

Database snares academic plagiarists

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LATIMES) — The student's admissions essay for Boston University's MBA program was about persevering in the business world. "I have worked for organizations in which the culture has more…

Ted Kennedy's Cape house given to institute

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (BOSTON HERALD) — Former U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy’s home in Hyannis Port has been given to the institute in his name, the organization announced today, fulfilling wishes more…

Urban parents become homeschoolers

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (THEDAILYBEAST) — In the beginning, your kids need you—a lot. They’re attached to your hip, all the time. It might be a month. It might be five years. more…