PA school board votes to station armed officers at all schools

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 in Uncategorized

MONROEVILLE, Pa. – The Gateway School Board takes student safety seriously, so they’re putting armed police officers in all schools to ensure they’re protected. The board voted 7-2 Tuesday to hire several retired police officers to help the two trained officers who currently patrol the district’s seven school buildings, CBS Pittsburgh reports. “The new plan […]


SUIT: Two teachers conspired to arrange sex with middle schooler

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 in Uncategorized

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Two Tennessee middle school teachers conspired to arrange a sexual rendezvous between one of the teachers and a 14-year-old student, according to a lawsuit filed by the child’s parents. The student’s mother filed the lawsuit Monday against teachers Serena Rae Milan and Sean Green, as well as Knox County and the Knox […]


Teacher convicted of corruption of youth for organizing student ‘social justice’ walkout

By Victor Skinner on Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 in Uncategorized

ALLENTOWN, Pa. – An Allentown teacher who goaded students into ditching class to protest for social justice was convicted of three counts of corruption of youth on Monday and ordered to pay fines. Allentown school district officials initially sought 417 charges against former Medical Academy Charter School teacher Michael Frassetto – one for each student […]


Ga. district to hire 450 teachers, no teaching degree required

By Victor Skinner on Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 in Uncategorized

SAVANNAH, Ga. – A Georgia school district is hiring 450 teachers, and a degree in education is not required. The Savannah-Chatham district is working to recruit teachers for a severe shortage through its Alternative Pathways to Teaching program that allows anyone with a bachelor’s degree to enter the profession and earn their teaching credentials on […]


MEXICO: Violent teachers union protest leaves six dead, more than 100 injured

By Victor Skinner on Monday, June 20th, 2016 in Uncategorized

OAXACA, Mexico – Six people are dead and more than 100 injured during a teachers union protest in Oaxaca, Mexico over the weekend, the latest in a years long feud between the union and government. Members of the National Coordinator of Education Workers union and their supporters hurled stones and Molotov cocktails, burned vehicles, and […]


Black student leader who posted threats as white racist gets jail time

By Victor Skinner on Monday, June 20th, 2016 in Uncategorized

UNION, N.J. – A Kean University student who faked racist threats against her classmates on Twitter will spend time behind bars, and years on probation. Union County Judge Robert Mega on Friday sentenced Kean University student Kayla McKelvey, a former black student leader, to 90 days in county jail and five years of probation for […]


Chicago school worker shot dead in front of elementary school

By Victor Skinner on Friday, June 17th, 2016 in Uncategorized

CHICAGO – A Chicago school employee was shot and killed in front of an Austin neighborhood elementary school Thursday, though the school day proceeded as scheduled. Chicago Police told WLS that Nutrition Services employee Denzel Thornton, 25, was shot in the head across the street from Ronald McNair Elementary School shortly after finishing his rounds […]


Rutgers ignites panic with ‘armed suspect’ text to students — during unannounced training drill

By Victor Skinner on Friday, June 17th, 2016 in Uncategorized

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Rutgers University students were afraid for their lives yesterday when school officials sent out a mass text warning about a “armed suspect” near the library. A half hour later they sent another text: “End training scenario. End training scenario Alexander Library,” Pix 11 reports. The incident occurred around 9:45 a.m., and […]


Judge upholds two-day suspension for student with Pop Tart ‘gun’

By Victor Skinner on Friday, June 17th, 2016 in Uncategorized

BALTIMORE, Md. – William Welch doesn’t believe his 7-year-old son deserved a two-day suspension for chewing his Pop Tart into a pretend gun he used to pretend shoot his classmates, and he’s spent the last four years working to remove the infraction from the boy’s record. “It’s a mark on his record for something that […]


Undercover video exposes how unions help misbehaving, abusive teachers

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, June 15th, 2016 in Uncategorized

YONKERS, N.Y. – A recently published video by undercover journalist James O’Keefe highlights exactly how some teachers who physically abuse students are able to avoid or minimize the consequences for their actions. The video posted to YouTube last week by O’Keefe’s Project Veritas is shot from a hidden camera as an undercover operative posed as […]


Mother fights 7-year-old’s possible expulsion for Nerf, water guns at school

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, June 15th, 2016 in Uncategorized

PORTSMOUTH, Va. – Douglass Park Elementary second-grader Josiah Green missed more than a month of school this year because he brought two guns to class, one a squirt gun and the other a Nerf gun. The “weapons” were brightly colored and do not resemble a real gun to anyone with common sense. The boy’s mother, […]


School administrators see racism in 7th grader’s yearbook design

By Victor Skinner on Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 in Uncategorized

SALEM, Ore. – When Judson Middle School seventh-grader Auzeen Seiffert entered her design for the school yearbook, she saw kids having fun in a lollipop wonderland with blue trees and candy cane lined pathways. Her classmates also liked her design – which Seiffert described as “two friends playing in a Candyland-like park” – and voted […]


Elementary student ‘branded’ over low lunch account balance

By Victor Skinner on Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 in Uncategorized

GARDENDALE, Ala. – Jon Bivens doesn’t appreciate Gardendale Elementary School officials “branding” his son in the lunch line. “They herd these kids like cattle,” he told AL.com. Last week, Bivens’ son came home with a large stamp across his arm with a happy face, and a message underneath. “I thought it was a good job […]


Principal making $100K+ steals wallet, food stamps from woman at Goodwill

By Victor Skinner on Monday, June 13th, 2016 in Uncategorized

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A Columbus middle school teacher recently resigned, and now students and staff know why. Nicole Edwards, who makes six figures a year as principal of Johnson Park Middle School, swiped the wallet of a woman on food stamps from a Goodwill Store last summer, the Columbus Post-Dispatch reports. “We took swift action […]