Teacher Gives New Meaning to "Five Second Rule"

If you are a parent, then you are probably familiar with the "five second rule." This rule applies to edible items dropped on the floor: If the food has been on the ground for less than five seconds, the rule says it may be picked up and eaten as if ...

Student Sues After Forced Haircut

From the Angry Teachers Drunk With Power files, we bring you the story of a boy, his rather long bangs and a pair of scissors. According to 11-year-old Alexander Allen Brown, his teacher at Hidden Valley Middle School in Roanoke, Virginia had a pr...

Missing money leads to seventh grade strip-search

Last week, when a student at Trinity Lutheran School in Monroe, Michigan found she was missing $42, the principal of the school assumed the money must have been stolen. Determined to find the thief, principal John Hilken ordered teachers to strip-sea...

PD*Poll: Students vote autistic 5-year-old out of class

It sounds like somebody has been watching too many reality shows. Namely, Wendy Portillo, a teacher at Morningside Elementary in Port St. Lucie, Florida. She turned her kindergarten classroom into a cruel version of Survivor by allowing her students ...


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