June 23, 2012
Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly: Karen Klein Should Give the Money Back

Writer, 'Real Time with Bill Maher'

I can't shake the feeling that Karen Klein should take $15,506 and give it back to the people of Greece, New York, who paid her to monitor children on a school bus. Someone should have been monitoring the kids on that bus. And clearly it wasn't Karen Klein.

Boys Express Their Regret On A360 For Bullying Bus Monitor

Karen Klein

Bridging The Digital Divide In America's Rural Schools

School Digital Divide

Study: Students Perform Better On Tests When Offered Incentives

Bribing Students

How Social Media Saved the Bullied Bus Monitor


'I'd Be The First To Welcome [Rhee] If She Actually Changed'

Michelle Rhee

Teachers Will Run Community's 6th Turnaround School

Turnaround School

Lawmakers Reject Color-Coded Student IDs By Test Score

Colorcoded Ids

16-Year-Old 'Genius' Didn't Actually Solve Ancient Newton Riddle

Shouryya Ray

Bullied Bus Monitor Speaks Out On TODAY Show

Karen Klein

School Turns Pledge To Teachers Into 'School Song'

School Pledge

Judge: Thousands Of Employees Wrongfully Fired Post-Katrina

Postkatrina School Firings

Detroit Schools Budget For Next Year Includes Nearly 1,900 Job Cuts


The 10 Colleges With The Biggest Tuition Increases

California Student Tuition Protest

Confidence In U.S. Public Schools Hits New Low: Gallup Poll

Public School System

National Report: School Funding Practices Largely Unfair Across States

School Funding

Upsetting Footage Of Bus Monitor Being Bullied Causes Outrage


Doctor Group Supports Requiring Obesity Education For Kids

Obesity Education American Medical Association

Principal Forced To Dress Up As Lady Gaga, Milk Cow

Justin Vernon

Teacher Suspended Following Backlash From Student's 'My Bad Teacher' Speech

School Assembly

Why You Shouldn't Jump At Low Interest Rates

Graduation Caps

Attorney Blasts College's Tuition Break For Undocumented Immigrants

College Tuition

Charter Schools Discourage Students With Disabilities: Study

Charter Schools

U.S. Students Can't Explain Evidence For Correct Science Results

Science Experiment

Court Denies Human Rights Law To New York Students

New York City School

Students Too Poor For Their Own Graduation Helped By Community

Poor Students Graduation

6th Grader Says Teacher Duct Taped Him To Chair

College Board Sets Up 857 Desks On National Mall

Desks On National Mall

New Portal Expected To Be Largest Online Teacher Resource

Share My Lesson

Chicago Students Protest New Code Of Conduct At Mayor's Office