VIDEO: Parents, students brawl at high school championship football game

By Victor Skinner on Monday, December 7th, 2015 in Video 3 Comments

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Drunken parents allegedly started a brawl in the stands of a recent high school championship football game at Rutgers University, and police are investigating the incident. One woman posted to the Brick Patch Facebook page that her daughter was decked in the face by a drunken man at Saturday’s championship football […]

Philly unionists act pretty much how we expect them to at school board meeting

By Cato Institute on Sunday, October 26th, 2014 in Unions No Comments

PHILADELPHIA – In poll after poll, parents tell us that they care about academic achievement, but that they also want schools to help instill good values. And since children are adept at drawing lessons from adults’ behavior as well as from their words, it’s always nice when teachers conduct themselves with decorum and sensitivity.

School board throws elderly woman, state representatives out of public meeting

By Renee Nal on Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 in Outrages, Spending, Strange, Video No Comments

RIDGELAND, S.C. – The Jasper County School Board in South Carolina held an animated meeting earlier this month, where the board chairwoman, Berty Riley, “rammed through” a new construction proposal over obvious objections by school board members and the engaged citizens who attended the meeting.

Schools have become data vacuums

By Heartland Institute on Saturday, August 9th, 2014 in Common Core No Comments

CHICAGO –The biggest proponents of Big Data in education believe collecting the most intimate details about your child and family will help them engineer society, Jane Robbins says in this interview with the Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas.