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Funny story: New York Mayor Makes Political History by Offering Universal Pre-Kindergarten to Children and Retired Carriage Horses

New York Mayor Makes Political History by Offering Universal Pre-Kindergarten to Children and Retired Carriage Horses

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio recently made political history by announcing that free universal pre-kindergarten will now be available to all four-year-old children - and to retired New York City carriage horses of any age. Citing the cruel a...
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Funny story: Gov. Rick Perry Says Students Should Get Guns

Gov. Rick Perry Says Students Should Get Guns

Gov. Rick Perry of Texas today explained how his states voter ID laws work. "A state handgun license qualifies, but a state university identification card does not. Of course military ID's qualify too," stated the GOP governor. "There's been som...
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Funny story: More faith schools to be built or converted

More faith schools to be built or converted

The government has announced that the number of faith schools in the UK is to be massively increased, in an attempt to placate vocal religious groups who are demanding more control over their childrens' education. Religious fanatic the Archbishop...
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Funny story: President says opting out of school tests will cost parents $$$

President says opting out of school tests will cost parents $$$

Washington, D.C. - In response to the growing number of parents nationwide who are opting their children out of state standardized tests, the U.S. Department of Education has issued a stern warning to them. Today, on behalf of the White House, th...
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Funny story: G.O.P. Looking Ahead, Far Ahead

G.O.P. Looking Ahead, Far Ahead

Elated, but not content with new ballot restrictions imposed in nine swing states since 2013, Republicans are seeking to further reduce Democratic participation in future elections by 'potential' Dems by targeting kids in kindergarten and grade schoo...
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Funny story: Younger Generation Faces Bard Education

Younger Generation Faces Bard Education

The work of William Shakespeare - president of the old, dead, white guys club - has long been held in high regard, by snobs and blowhards alike, school children across the nation, encouraged by parents and forced by teachers to read the great man's g...
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Funny story: Despite Missing Jet Story, Most Americans Still Can't Find Malaysia On A Map

Despite Missing Jet Story, Most Americans Still Can't Find Malaysia On A Map

Bumblephuck, U.S. (FoxNews) - Despite the deluge of media coverage on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, most Americans still can't find Malaysia on a map of the world. Studies conducted over many years before the jet went missi...
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Funny story: Big-Shot Barry, Brilliant Businessman

Big-Shot Barry, Brilliant Businessman

Barry found a nice office. He bought some new furniture and moved in. he had only been there for e few hours when he heard someone coming toward the door of his office. "It must be my first customer" Barry thought. He quickly picked up the telephone and pretended to be very busy answering an important call from someone in New York who wanted to buy a big and expensive house in the country. F...
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Funny story: US Legislators Agree to Leave Education Policymaking to Educators

US Legislators Agree to Leave Education Policymaking to Educators

For years, decisions for education have been made by legislators at the state and federal level. These legislators have little or no education experience, a fact that has caused several educators nationwide to feel very uncomfortable. "We would li...
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Funny story: Western Universities to Offer Cowboy Degree

Western Universities to Offer Cowboy Degree

FORT COLLINS, COLORADO - Colorado State University spokeswoman, Heather St. John, announced today that in light of changing employment needs in the U.S., CSU would be offering B.S. and. Master's Degrees in Cowboy Science. "Our enrollment has dro...
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Funny story: U.S. Running Out of Ph.D. Positions

U.S. Running Out of Ph.D. Positions

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS - The Boston Consortium announced today that the U.S. is running out of Ph.D. positions. With a student count of 122,000, the Boston Consortium Schools report they cannot possibly guarantee their Ph.D. candidates jobs when they...
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Funny story: Math Teachers Everywhere Admit Math is Useless, Propose Additional Funding for the Arts

Math Teachers Everywhere Admit Math is Useless, Propose Additional Funding for the Arts

LEXINGTON, KY - Public school students everywhere may be getting a surprise soon. For many years, students have told their math teachers that math is useless, and will never be used in the real world. In 2014, teachers have decided they've he...
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Funny story: US Department of Education Eliminates High School Graduation Requirements

US Department of Education Eliminates High School Graduation Requirements

WASHINGTON, DC - The US Department of Education Secretary, Arne Duncan, announced today that Graduation requirements for US high school students would be eliminated to increase the graduation rate. Four new exams that will be required for graduati...
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Funny story: Study:Public school teachers lack the creativity needed to teach creativity.

Study:Public school teachers lack the creativity needed to teach creativity.

Washington, D.C. - Critics of America's public schools have long complained that there has been too much of an emphasis placed on the memorization and recalling of facts and very little attention given to promoting and teaching creativity to studen...
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Funny story: Gove Solves Series of Maths Problems

Gove Solves Series of Maths Problems

After failing to demonstrate an understanding of averages, Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove has defied critics by completing a series of maths problems, aimed at 4-5 year-old children. He added and subtracted with ease, and even tackled...
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Funny story: Editorial: In other news I can't make up - Kentucky High Schools Ban Postgame Handshakes?

Editorial: In other news I can't make up - Kentucky High Schools Ban Postgame Handshakes?

Well, In my previous editorial I "tackled" the topic of the elementary school in Michigan banning "tag" and other "chase-oriented" games. Now I have run across a recent article that addresses another "chase-oriented" game, one of America's favorite fall high school pastimes, football. In this case, however it's not the game itself that is being banned. It's a postgame tradition that is being...
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Funny story: Editorial: Playing TAG Banned?

Editorial: Playing TAG Banned?

Normally, I try to just stick to writing satire. I saw this story online and couldn't make anything up after reading it, other than my own reaction. The story vexed me so much it stifled my creativity, so here's what came of it. I recently ran across an article with the headline Elementary school outlaws playing tag, 'running in packs' The gist of the story was that some kindergarten teach...
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Funny story: School district bans students from asking questions in class

School district bans students from asking questions in class

Mercer County, N.J. - In an effort to increase standardized test scores and prevent a state takeover, a New Jersey school district has banned its students from asking questions in class. A letter from the superintendent announcing the ban was post...
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