"What would Europeans of the sixteenth century have said, had Native Americans landed in England, France, Italy, Portugal or Spain and proclaimed to have "discovered" Europe, and proceeded to invade it?"

Join us on: Twitter | Facebook
April 30, 2011:

Age bias case: Is 13 too young for community college? (No Comments)Posted in: News by NewsBot @ 10:49 PM

Anastasia Megan, a 13-year-old Florida girl who has nearly completed her high-school curriculum via homeschooling, tried to take dual-enrollment courses at Lake-Sumter Community College last year. She was denied entry, however, by administrators who thought she was not ready to sit alongside older...

January 30, 2011:

Student Tracking Finds Limited Learning in College (2 Comments)Posted in: News by NewsBot @ 7:16 PM

by Eric Gorski --- 01/18/11 --- The Associated Press --- http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5ihzU805is7Y-Mov3q1He2zx12lHQ?docId=7e6fdb1d813e4debbb327e4ad3cd707c

You are told that to make it life, you must go to college. You work hard to get there. You or your parents drain...

September 5, 2010:

Boy, 15, wins place at Cambridge (No Comments)Posted in: News by SoulRiser @ 5:19 PM

A boy of 15 who has never been to school has become the youngest student for more than two centuries to win a place at Cambridge University. Arran Fernandez, who was educated at home by his father, Neil, will start a mathematics degree at Fitzwilliam College next month. It will make him the youngest Cambridge […]

October 23, 2009:

University without high school (No Comments)Posted in: News by SoulRiser @ 7:41 PM

This alternative-education advice (including how to get parents onside) is aimed at teens “Choosing to leave [high] school is an entrepreneurial move, not a cop-out” is the message of a new book aimed at teens, College Without High School. The author, Blake Boles, the co-founder of Unschool Adventures, writes, “Life is not a pyramid with […]

September 27, 2009:

In Recession, Optimistic College Graduates Turn Down Jobs (4 Comments)Posted in: News by StylizedCarfan1 @ 3:46 PM

It has been two months since Diana Parsons graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a liberal arts degree that cost about $100,000, and she has still not found a full-time job. She has returned to Milwaukee, where she is living with her parents and occasionally waiting tables at a restaurant owned by a friend […]

There are 1786 total posts on the blog.
There are 5361 total comments on the blog. (View Latest Comments)

(the search box at the top of the page searches the whole site, this only searches the blog)

Uniform Drugs Bad Grades Charter Schools Reform Experiment Funny College Gender Jobs Bullying School Pranks Online Schooling Behavior Modification Unschooling Teachers Zero Tolerance Censorship Alternatives Internet Privacy Homeschooling Parents Cool Psychology Violence Stupid Society Youth Rights School


View Latest Comments
Add a new post


You alone are responsible for what you do with the information on this site, but please don't ever hurt yourself or anyone else, or break stuff. Use your brain and always listen to your conscience. Click for full disclaimer.

[disclaimer] [privacy] [spread the word]
:: Powered by Wordpress ::
All articles etc. copyright to whoever wrote them. Please copy and distribute anything on this site, as long as you credit it to the author, and include a link to www.school-survival.net