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This school has required students to run most of its daily operations, and the success achieved has been incredible.

This school has required students to run most of its daily operations, and the success achieved has been incredible.

As hundreds of Wisconsin teachers kicked-off the school year, they found every…

Former Politician Surprises Wisconsin Teachers by Funding All Classroom Requests for Entire State

As hundreds of Wisconsin teachers kicked-off the school year, they found every…

Loose lips sink ships. The tongue is a powerful weapon for good or for gossip. Learning to control our words is one of the hardest things to do. It's also one of the most important.

Loose Lips Sink Ships - Feminine Adventures

Loose lips sink ships. The tongue is a powerful weapon for good or for gossip. Learning to control our words is one of the hardest things to do. It's also one of the most important.

Student Onno Selbach does activities with two of our inhabitants. Photo courtesy of Humanitas.

Dutch nursing home offers rent-free housing to students

Student Onno Selbach does activities with two of our inhabitants. Photo courtesy of Humanitas.

A homeless boy in the Philippines is getting help after a student snapped a photo of him doing his homework outside because he had nowhere else to go.

After A Photo Of A Boy Studying Outside Went Viral, His Life Was Changed

A homeless boy in the Philippines is getting help after a student snapped a photo of him doing his homework outside because he had nowhere else to go.

MAD DAD SKILLZ!  Student came with her kid, because she didn’t have a babysitter. the kid starts to cry, so his mom, all embarrassed gets up to leave, and the professor took the kid, calmed him and continued teaching.

MAD DAD SKILLZ! Student came with her kid, because she didn’t have a babysitter. the kid starts to cry, so his mom, all embarrassed gets up to leave, and the professor took the kid, calmed him and continued teaching.

Fifth Graders Pledge to Protect ‘Special Needs’ Boy on the Playground (Must-See) - Good News Network

Fifth Graders Pledge to Protect ‘Special Needs’ Boy on the Playground (Must-See) - Good News Network

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