Middle School Heroes

Keith Orr

One of the first articles I ever wrote for poor teachers, A Hero is Struggling in Your School, was about a true hero named Jack Burleson. When I saw this video I was reminded of Jack and I was reminded that often children can teach adults just as much as we could ever teach them. This will warm your heart: To read more on the story click here. … [Read more...]

Are You Tired of Poor Grammar?

texting by IntelFreePress

Dear students across the nation: For the love of God, start taking value in your FREE education that America is providing. Listen to your teachers. Try to learn something. You're making fools of yourself. Here's why: … [Read more...]

First Day of School: Students Appreciate Their Learning

1st Air Cav, kids celebrate freedom

As many of us are starting our first day of school, I thought this was an appropriate and nice story from an award-winning school teacher in Arkansas. Back in September of 2005, on the first day of school, Martha Cothren, a Military History teacher at Robinson High School in Little Rock, did something her students will remember forever.  … [Read more...]