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Arizona School Uses Holding Hands as Punishment

Two Arizona teenagers faced a choice after getting into a fight at Westwood High in Mesa: They could either be suspended for nine days ... or hold hands in front of everybody. Obviously, they chose the latter, and now the school is catching flak for it.

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Kids 16 Inch Statue of Liberty Mohawk Gets Him Sent Home Early

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"I'm weird, uncommon, and socially unacceptable, so why can't my hair express that too?" says Ashton Stonesifer, a 17 year old student  at DeLand High School. The school principal is not a fan of the dramatic hairdo however. Get the whole story after the jump.

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NFL Superstar Donates Pay To Play Fees For 800 Saginaw Students

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The economy is still tough in mid-Michigan, and school districts in our area have had to make some very tough decisions when faced with huge budget deficits. Beginning with this year, Saginaw has been forced to impose a pay to play policy with their school sports program. Unfortunately, many families can't scrape together the $75 fee either. This story has an incredible ending though!

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Detroit Bribes Kids with Free Pair of Shoes to Get Them to Come to School

There is no better motivation to get kids to show up for school quite like some good old fashion bribery, right? Well, the city of Detroit seems to think so.

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College Causes Controversy By Banning Pork — Why’d They Do It?

If you’re a student who’s investigating colleges and you’re also a big fan of bacon and sausage, you can go ahead and mark Paul Quinn College off your list — the school has just banned all pork products from its campus.

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Louisiana School Forcing Students Suspected of Being Pregnant to Take Tests — Is It Fair? [POLL]

If the administration at the Delhi Charter School in Delhi, Louisiana suspects a student of being pregnant, they are forcing the girls to take pregnancy tests.

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‘Backpack Boost’ To Benefit Deserving Genesee County Schoolchildren

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First Place Bank and the Genesee Intermediate School District have partnered together this year for 'Backpack Boost' to benefit deserving Genesee County school children, You can find details after the jump!

 

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Hundreds of Students Defend Military Funeral Against the Westboro Baptist Church

When the Westboro Baptist Church announced their intention to target the funeral of Texas A&M alum Lt. Col. Roy Tisdale, his fellow Aggies didn’t take it sitting down.

In fact, with a little help of Facebook, more than 500 students at Texas A&M showed up at the burial in College Park, Texas.

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Sorry, College Grads, But Working ‘Till You’re Old and Grey Is the New Fad

Medical advancements and healthier living mean many people have longer lifespans these days. That means lots of those older Americans are retiring later than in generations past. In fact, some analysts are calling 70 the new 70 in terms of retirement.

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Mother Furious After Kindergarten Teacher Tells Kids to Hit Bully [VIDEO]

Childhood bullies sometimes need a taste of their own medicine to change their ways. But should a teacher be the one dosing it out?

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High School Teacher Tells Seniors They Aren’t ‘Special’ In Inspirational Graduation Speech

There are ten of thousands of high school and college commencement speeches every year in America, making it difficult for the speaker to say something particularly original.

However David McCullough, Jr. figured out a unique to make his words stand out when he did the commencement duties at Wellesley High School in Massachusetts.

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Principal Causes Uproar By Banning Kindergarteners from Singing ‘God Bless the USA’ at Graduation

The principal at a Coney Island, NY elementary school is under fire from both parents and some members of the community after she banned the kids from singing Lee Greenwood’s patriotic anthem ‘God Bless the USA’ at a kindergarten graduation.

But you won’t believe what she says they can sing.

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