A school in Richmond, Virginia has recently started enforcing a new rule that has parents up in arms. Following instructions laid out by the federal government, children are not allowed to bring their own bagged lunch to school without a note from a physician.
We all know something isn't working with the education system here in America. It may be the students or the teachers or maybe even the system as a whole. And finally someone was brave enough to stand up and tell a teacher what she needed to hear
We've seen some lame local news coverage, but this is up there. It's from KY3 News in Springfield Missouri - number one in the Ozarks - and they led last night's evening news with a story about a 6 year old who pooped her pants.
When Baltimore mom Lynsai Green found out her second-grader had a negative balance with the school cafeteria, she was confused — until her son told her one of his teachers was routinely stealing his lunch money.
News/Talk 1290 has received several calls from parents of Rider High School students who say they’ve opted to keep their kids at home today. Their actions come in response to recent large scale fights in the hallways and threats of gang violence at Rider that have led to the removal of several students
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