Saturday, December 02, 2006

Extra Credit Reading: Saturday, December 2, 2006

The United States Supreme Lawmaking Body Court may not ever get around to settling (once-and-for-all) educontroversies such as vouchers, flag pledges, and intelligent design in the schools, but it is eager willing to take a look at the Alaska high school student who was suspended for erecting a 14-foot-long "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" banner near his campus.

The Los Angeles Times' edublog School Me! has their weekly roundup of international EduStories from the MSM.

Take a look at how England has changed Christmas to make it Politically Korekt for its state-run schools.

Today's Non Sequitur: Is nothing sacred? Maine beer maker Shelton Brothers is trying to market a beer with a drunken Santa Claus on its label. The product was to have been known as "Santa's Butt."
See our latest EduPosts and yesterday's Extra Credit Reading.