This Principal Takes Announcing Snow Day to a Whole New Level


An unlikely songster, head of the Moses Brown School in Providence, R.I., Matt Glendinning, sings his announcement of a snow day in a music video...

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    Top 5 Things That Highly Productive People Do Every Day (Video)

    A new study suggests that workers aren’t as productive at their jobs as they would like to be. Although we spend about 45 hours per... Read more

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    Halloween In China?

    I love Halloween! It may be my favorite holiday. Countries in the East do not have Halloween, but they do celebrate something similar. Just as... Read more

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    How Tests and Wrong Answers Help Us Remember What We Learn

    Teachers give tests to find out what their students know. But tests do a lot more than that and can have a powerful effect on... Read more

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    Teaching Teachers the Basics of Visual Arts

    NEW YORK—It’s no secret that art instruction in public schools is hurting—not only for funding, but for applicable skills. The problem often starts at the... Read more

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    Homeschooling Is Hacking Education

    We’re homeschoolers and we’re proud of it. We think it offers the best of both worlds to our kids, as they learn at their own... Read more

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    Watch the Lost Art of Scissor-Making: You’ll Appreciate This Daily Object More (Video)

    Earnest Wright & Sons of Sheffield, England, is one of the last companies to create scissors by hand.  This short film was made as part... Read more

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    July 4th: Viral YouTube Video Teaches Declaration of Independence

    Fireworks and festivities are fine, but a ‘real’ American ought to know a thing or two about the history behind the July 4th holiday right?... Read more

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    Video: Why Some People Just Don’t Like Music

    For many people, enjoying music results in noticeable physical reactions – sweaty palms or a shiver down the spine. Music can cause the release of... Read more

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    FIFA World Cup Knockout Stage: Science Behind Penalty Kicks

    As the 2014 FIFA World Cup moves on to the elimination rounds, tied games are thrown out of the window and instead, we have games... Read more

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    Dog Digs Up Ancient Human Skull and Other Archaeological Artifacts

    Every dog has its day. 4-year-old Sky got hers after 3 weeks of continuous digging. She made a big discovery Monday night in her U.S... Read more

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    The Origin of the Phrase “Mad As A Hatter” (Video)

    The phrase ‘mad as a hatter’ is often associated with one who is crazy, which is odd because crazy people are known to have crazy... Read more

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    Origin Of the Phrase ‘Grasping at Straws’ (Video)

    Grasping at straws is one last attempt to save yourself from the complete and utter embarrassment of failure. Frankly, it is a position you do... Read more

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    10 Facts About Black Holes You Didn’t Know About

    Black holes — with their inescapable gravitational pulls and point of no return thresholds, certainly have earned their doom filled reputations. Here are 10 mind-blowing facts... Read more

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    The Origin of the Phrase Caught Red Handed

    To be caught red handed means you’ve been caught doing an illegal or shameful act.  One theory is that the phrase was born in the... Read more

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    The Origin of Jaywalking

    Jaywalking is the illegal act of crossing the street when one should not. Chances are, you have probably been guilty of jaywalking at one point... Read more

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    High School Class Caught Cheating When Entire Class Gets Perfect Scores

    “An entire class at Anderson High School was caught cheating. The teacher knew that something was wrong when everyone got a perfect score on the... Read more

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