LA teachers union advocates for illegals, then complains of overcrowded classrooms

By Victor Skinner on Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

About 30,000 Los Angeles teachers and school employees are holding education hostage to demand higher pay and “smaller class sizes” – a popular phrase that equates to more dues paying union employees. On picket lines across the district Monday, striking teachers toted protest signs in the rain as they swapped horror stories about classes with […]


BULLIES: Striking LA teachers post names of subs crossing picket line

By Victor Skinner on Monday, January 14th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

Los Angeles teachers walked out on students Monday in a massive teachers strike over pay and benefits for educators, though schools remain open with substitute teachers. March With Striking #UTLA Teachers Monday Jan 14 9:30 AM Grand Park Meet by the restrooms in Grand Park, right across the street from City Hall. All welcome.https://t.co/u8UdknDT6V#DTLA#LAUSD #redfored […]


MI school requires clear backpacks after 10-year-old busted with loaded, stolen gun

By Victor Skinner on Monday, January 14th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

A Flint, Michigan school is taking drastic measures after a 10-year-old boy brought a loaded, stolen handgun to school and showed it off to his friends. Administrators at Eagle’s Nest Academy posted a notice to parents on social media Friday explaining how they’re reacting to the gun incident last week, and a new change moving […]


AZ school basketball ref fired after asking to see players’ green cards

By Victor Skinner on Friday, January 11th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

The Arizona Interscholastic Association banished an unnamed high school basketball referee from returning to the court this week after he allegedly made a racist comment at a game Tuesday. “We acted quickly,” AIA spokesman Brian Gessner told NBC. “We did our due diligence. We talked to parents, talked to administrators, and talked to officials.” Gessner […]


COPS: MN mayor arrested for drunk driving — in a school bus

By Victor Skinner on Friday, January 11th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

A newly elected Minnesota mayor faces another drunken driving charge after police allege they found him parked in a bus at an elementary school with an open bottle of booze, waiting to transport two students. Erick Richard Bonde wandered into town a couple of years ago and quickly ingrained himself in the Rice community, working […]


Students fight back after school principal bans sharing Bibles

By Victor Skinner on Thursday, January 10th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

Administrators at a Pennsylvania high school have banned students from giving away free Bibles during their non-instructional lunch period, but the students won’t take “no” for an answer. “In November, the students in the Bible club asked for permission to hand out Bibles to their friends in the cafeteria during non-instructional time,” Jeremy Samek, attorney […]


Nashville teacher finally suspended after fifth arrest in six months

By Victor Skinner on Thursday, January 10th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

Metro Nashville Public Schools suspended Hillwood High School special education teacher Mary Wade this week, after her fifth arrest in the last six months for repeatedly harassing and stalking her ex-husband. Wade faces a felony aggravated stalking charge for the “continuing harassment” of her ex-husband despite an active restraining order dating back to June. Through […]


LA teachers union demands 6.5% raise — despite only 40% of students graduating ‘college or career ready’

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

The United Teachers Los Angeles union is planning to call on the Los Angeles Unified School District’s 30,000 teachers to walk out on students over demands for higher pay and increased staff. UTLA bosses are holding steady to a threatened strike this week as both sides argue about the legality of the move in court […]


School superintendent under fire for defending child molester at sentencing hearing

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

A New York school superintendent recently testified as a character witness for a neighbor who was convicted last year of fondling an 11-year-old boy. Sweet Home schools superintendent Anthony Day testified at the sentencing hearing for Luiz Pereira in December to help his friend and neighbor avoid jail and defend his character. A jury convicted […]


News investigation reveals how Chicago schools kept a serial pedophile employed despite repeated convictions

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

A recent news investigation reveals how a serial pedophile managed to remain employed in public schools for more than a decade despite numerous red flags, ultimately abusing hundreds of children. Chicago Public Schools fired teacher Thomas Hacker in 1980 when a student complained to school officials that Hacker was sexually abusing his classmates. Nine years […]


NY ed department authorizes public school superintendents to evaluate, recommend closure of private competitors

By Victor Skinner on Monday, January 7th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

New York education bureaucrats want public school superintendents to inspect and evaluate private schools in their districts to determine whether students there receive a “substantially equivalent” education. Superintendents will then report to local public school boards, which have the authority to block children from attending any private school that doesn’t meet the ambiguous standard, the […]


Black Lives Matter uses debunked hate crime narrative to push ‘BLM At School National Week of Action’

By Victor Skinner on Monday, January 7th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

When 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes was gunned down in a drive-by in Texas last month, the community mobilized “an army” to find the “white man in a red pickup truck” the girl’s sisters described as the shooter. Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King posted a $100,000 reward and police put out a sketch of the suspect, […]


SC superintendent paid $114,000 to resign after DUI arrest — but may continue working as ‘consultant’

By Victor Skinner on Monday, January 7th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

South Carolina Highway Patrol charged Cherokee School District Superintendent Quincie Moore with driving while intoxicated in November after she allegedly rear-ended another vehicle on Interstate 85. Now, local taxpayers are giving her $114,000 to resign, though Moore will still be eligible to work for the district as a consultant – with additional compensation – for […]


CA students form ‘human swastika’ during lunch break

By Victor Skinner on Monday, January 7th, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

Nine students at California’s Matilija Junior High School laid in a field at lunch to form a human swastika, then posted an image of their accomplishment to a private group chat that was later uncovered by a parent. The parent provided school officials 112 pages of lewd chat logs that detailed the incident and other […]


KY teacher busted for New Year’s party with students, alcohol, marijuana, meth

By Victor Skinner on Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

A Kentucky teacher was pulled from the classroom after she allegedly admitted to hosting a New Year’s Eve party where police found intoxicated teens, alcohol, marijuana and methamphetamines. Jefferson County Public Schools teacher Lindsey Lewis, a 36-year-old mother of two, has taught special education at Louisville’s Phoenix School of Discovery since 2016. On New Year’s […]


COPS: TX teacher attempted to sell female relative to men in Morocco for sex

By Victor Skinner on Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

An eighth-grade reading teacher in Texas faces human trafficking charges after police allege she attempted to sell a young female relative to men in Morocco for sex. Sheriff’s deputies arrested Amber Michelle Parker, a 37-year-old teacher in the Mexia Independent School District, after she returned from a trip to Morocco on Jan. 1. Authorities allege […]