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The embattled principal of a northwest Denver elementary school — facing accusations of racial insensitivity, mistreating students and failing to reverse the school’s academic fortunes — resigned Friday, Denver Public Schools officials said.

A parent organizing group, Padres & Jovenes Unidos, had been pressing for the removal of Cheltenham Elementary School Principal Kalpana Rao, triggering a DPS investigation.

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Typical of all Mexican/Latino dominated schools to be abject failures. No matter how much tax payer money you toss at them.

Dig the communist symbolism: fist in the air.

Surprise! Breeder leeches don’t speak English.

Children who are living in Indiana illegally will not be allowed to enroll in that state’s new preschool program. Nor will they be allowed to enroll in Indianapolis’ new city-based program, which Mayor Greg Ballard has touted as a solution to kindergarten readiness for low-income families in his city.

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Plyler v. Doe, 457 U.S. 202 (1982) only says that illegal aliens can receive taxpayer funded primary education. Preschool, secondary, and post secondary education is verboten.

President Barack Obama on Friday will propose making two years of community college free for students.

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How do you spell illiterate?

A majority of students training at scores of New York colleges to become teachers flunked a literacy test they have to pass to be licensed, new figures show.

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The University of Illinois has three campuses, Chicago, Urbana-Champaign, and Springfield. The first one was the professional home of Bill Ayers for nearly two decades. Ayers, a longtime friend of the Obama family, was a member of the Weather Underground, one of the most violent of the radical groups of the 1960s and early 1970s.

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MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) A Mobile mother is not happy about a controversial Mobile County School contract her daughter signed without her consent. The contract promises that her daughter will not kill or injure herself and others.

Rebecca is angry.

“This isn’t right. She’s 5-years-old,” said Rebecca.

Rebecca did not want Local 15 News to use her last name. She said E R Dickson school officials crossed the line when they had her daughter sign a Mobile County Public Safety Contract without her being present.

Rebecca said, “Most of these words on here, she’s never heard in her life.”

School officials told Rebecca they had to send Elizabeth home after an incident in class.

“They told me she drew something that resembled a gun,” said Rebecca. “According to them she pointed a crayon at another student and said, ‘pew pew,” said Rebecca.

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UNC law professor’s holdings include $1.5M in real estate, and meanwhile he chastises Republicans for their ‘unforgivable war on poor people’

A controversial, outspoken law professor who frequently bashes Republicans and specializes in poverty issues as a self-proclaimed champion of the poor earns $205,400 per year – for teaching one class per semester.

The University of North Carolina School of Law pays Professor Gene Nichol $205,400 annually for his one class per semester workload. On top of his teaching salary, he receives a $7,500 stipend as director of the law school’s Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity.

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More than 1,600 illegal alien college students have filed for Washington State’s new financial aid form in order to fund their education.

In February, Gov. Jay Inslee signed the Real Hope Act, a law granting illegal aliens the right to apply for state financial aid for college, but it remained unclear how many would actually sign up for the program until estimates were released last week.

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What would you think if your 8-year-old came home and told you that “white privilege is something that white people have, meaning they have an advantage in a lot of things and they can get a job more easily”? You would have heard that at the recent 15th annual White Privilege Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, attended by 2,500 public-school teachers, administrators and students from across the nation.

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