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|4/23/2015 - School lunches inspired by Michelle Obama's "Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act" are turning up infested with worms in the state of Connecticut, according to new reports. Several photos snapped by students at Mark T. Sheehan High School in Wallingford, Connecticut, reveal what appear to be maggots inside...|
|4/11/2015 - Once upon a time, American college campuses were bastions of free expression and free speech, exemplifying all the rights the founding fathers intended the First Amendment to convey.
But no more. Increasingly, university campuses are becoming controlled speech zones, where dissent or even differences...|
|3/31/2015 6:43:28 PM - The biotechnology agenda has now infiltrated public school curricula for sixth graders, with a captured screenshot of a student's homework essentially answering "yes" to the loaded question, "Are genetically modified foods safe to eat?"
As you'll see in the shocking (below), young students are now...|
|3/14/2015 - Millions of Americans know that the nation's colleges and universities are cesspools of political correctness, where students are subject to strict thought and speech codes by hypocrites who claim that they are among the most "tolerant" people in the country.
But the University of Michigan's thought...|
|2/14/2015 - Some parents are fuming, others are shaking their heads in disbelief, and still others are confused over instructions given to students at an Alabama middle school regarding how they can react to an active shooter inside the institution.
In short, students are being told to use a can of corn, beans,...|
|2/3/2015 - In an effort to provide children with healthier lunches that are in line with the latest dietary guidelines, many schools are involved with programs such as the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program. Such programs stem from the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act, designed to move...|
|1/14/2015 - The latest loony idea from "gun-free zone" advocates (who absolutely insist on making children a target in public schools by advertising the utter lack of armed defenses there) involves training children to function as school resistance militia forces using cans of soup as weapons.
|1/12/2015 - As the Executive Director of the Consumer Wellness Center (www.ConsumerWellness.org), I'm thrilled to announce the 2014 grant recipients who received grant funding from the CWC to promote food self-reliance and nutrition programs all around the world.
As Natural News readers know, the CWC is a non-profit...|
|1/12/2015 - Institutional learning is available after high school, in the form of a college education, but it comes with a much higher price tag. Sadly, after 12 years of institutional learning, most college freshmen can't even read past a seventh grade level. This is the most concerning finding from Renaissance...|
|1/2/2015 - College campuses have long been bastions of liberal thought, largely because most of them are being run by countercultural hippies who are veterans of the "civil rights battles" of the 1960s and 1970s. Even kids who come from largely moderate or conservative families have their values vanquished by...|
|12/7/2014 - The U.S. economy, despite rosy characterizations by President Obama recently, is still abysmal for far too many Americans who are still struggling to make ends meet, put food on the table and remain in their homes -- a condition that will only worsen with the president's recent executive amnesty, "legalizing"...|
|11/18/2014 - The total insanity of over-medication in America has reached a new low as Arizona State University has installed a prescription drug vending machine called InstyMeds.
American college students -- who are already the most over-medicated population on the planet -- now have an even easier way to pollute...|
|10/14/2014 - Marian Uhlman, a former health reporter with The Philadelphia Inquirer who played a role in getting obesity to the forefront of minds, has started Healthy NewsWorks, an effort designed to increase awareness about health among young students. (1) The idea is that health journalism is integrated in school...|
|9/12/2014 - Forget what Michelle Obama has to say about nutrition -- we're going back to the old ways. This is what two more school districts in New York recently decided after witnessing major financial losses and starving students who simply can't stomach the First Dictator's obtuse guidelines for "healthy" school...|
|8/16/2014 - More than 350 members of a Texas high school's marching band were sent home and told to thoroughly shower and sanitize their instruments after a plane flying overhead doused them with pesticides. Reports indicate that the students, who attend Pearland High School near Houston, were outside practicing...|
|7/26/2014 - Critics call it more liberalism run amok on university campuses: A professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison claims that a new school policy on "diversity" recommends assigning race-based grades to students, though school officials say his claim could not be "further from the truth."
|5/2/2014 - On most progressive American college campuses, Karl Marx's Communist manifesto gets more respect from the "enlightened" academic staff than the very Constitution under which they are free to pursue their careers.
A pair of students at the uber-liberal University of Hawaii is suing the institution...|
|4/24/2014 - Outraged over mandatory new school lunch guidelines that restrict caloric intake to a mere 850 calories per meal, as well as cut out all sorts of common foods in the process, a groundswell of public school students has taken to social media in protest of Michelle Obama's infamous school lunch overhaul....|
|3/29/2014 - Officials at Tennessee State University have implemented new rules to force students to carry ID badges that will allow them to be tracked, citing safety and security concerns following a series of criminal acts on campus.
According to local reports, it is already difficult for students to navigate...|
|2/27/2014 - One of New York's lesser-known institutions of higher learning is making headlines after 13 confirmed cases, and counting, of mumps emerged on two of its campuses, prompting school officials to impetuously ban all unvaccinated students from attending classes. But these same reports clearly indicate...|
|2/19/2014 - Donna Lake, an administrator from the University of Alabama, took down a student group's pro-life display on February 12th. She told the group that they are "lucky" to have been allowed to have the display up for as long as it was.
Apparently, this administrator is an authoritarian who is very selective...|
|2/7/2014 - A Utah elementary school made international headlines recently after it was reported that administrators there starved out about 40 students whose lunch funds were lacking. According to The Salt Lake Tribune (SLT), cafeteria workers at Uintah Elementary School were forced to seize and toss the pizza...|
|1/14/2014 - The progressive gurus on Capitol Hill thought they had pulled off a political coup de grace when the president took pen in hand (several, actually) to sign the Affordable Care Act into law in March 2010.
And indeed, in terms of advancing the century-old progressive movement, Obamacare did in fact...|
|12/15/2013 - It's refreshing to see that college students are beginning to do more than merely protest against environmental and health-damaging issues pushed by corporate America. They're also going beyond pushing for labels and "co-existence." They've started to go for the economic throat of big business by banning...|
|11/24/2013 - "If you like your plan, you can keep your plan."
Most Americans believed President Obama when he repeatedly made this promise over and over again over the course of two years, prior to the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010.
Now, of course, we know this was a lie, as millions of Americans...|
|11/20/2013 - There isn't a day that goes by without someone or some entity attempting to scare the bejesus out of us, and it's never without ulterior motives.
This time, it's the media again, and they are screaming about a meningitis "outbreak" that, so far, has involved a grand total of seven people.
|11/16/2013 - Princeton University is poised to move forward on a plan that would transform the entire student body into human guinea pigs for a campus-wide vaccine medical experiment. Responding to nothing more than a handful of students contracting mild meningitis (and then fully recovering), Princeton now wants...|
|11/2/2013 - The Harnett County Public School System in North Carolina made national headlines recently after ones of its substitute teachers was fired for alleged misconduct in the classroom. According to CBS Charlotte, Miyoshi McMillan, who had worked at Overhills High School in Spring Lake, N.C., since 2009,...|
|10/30/2013 - The graphic video imagery of a University of California - Davis campus cop casually pepper spraying students in a sit-in demonstration outdoors has resurfaced again. It was featured on an a recent NBC News program, which announced that the spraying officer, Lt. John Pike, was just awarded $38,055 in...|
|10/1/2013 - We've been reporting steadily on the rise of militaristic tactics used by local police forces, which we find both alarming and unnecessary. Unfortunately, that trend appears to be accelerating and shows no signs of reversal anytime soon.
One of the most recent examples comes from the small community...|
|9/22/2013 - Once bastions of freedom, where civics courses required students to learn about how to be good citizens and guardians of liberty, the progressive left has used the public school system to indoctrinate our children into thinking that their country is a model of excess and evil.
In addition to teaching...|
|8/10/2013 - Americans have certainly seen their share of goofy petition drives - end rattlesnake round-ups, ban the Bill of Rights, add another letter to the alphabet. But some drives are downright chilling in what they seek to accomplish; what's worse is that they are able to actually garner support.
|8/6/2013 - The federal government has apparently allocated tens of millions of taxpayer dollars to train public school and college students in California how to indoctrinate their friends and family into accepting Obamacare, indicate shocking new reports. Federal funding to the tune of $43 million, in fact, is...|
|7/19/2013 - A $3.2 billion public school lunch scheme devised by Michelle Obama has been axed from at least one public school system in New York after students forced to eat according to the new standards were literally starving. According to reports, the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (BH-BL) School District near Schenectady...|
|5/14/2013 - Having personal convictions about not eating meat is one thing. But forcing those beliefs on others in the form of aggressive bullying and persistent harassment is completely unacceptable - and it is exactly what a group of militant students who identify as vegan are being accused of doing to their...|
|4/26/2013 - The intemperate, extreme nature of today's education establishment just keeps getting more and more absurd, as evidenced by details of a recently filed lawsuit surrounding claims that a teacher was suspended after bringing garden-variety tools to class.
Attorneys for The Rutherford Institute, a civil...|
|3/15/2013 - More and more Americans are becoming leery of the ever-widening use of drones by federal agencies and domestic law enforcement, which is in and of itself disturbing, but increasingly, college students are beginning to get nervous over a rise in drone applications to the Federal Aviation Administration...|
|3/13/2013 - Is this a ploy to supply more workers for McDonald's?
Mayor Bloomberg, so focused on the social engineering of New York City, seems to have added a forceful item to his list:
a staggering 80% of high school grads entering the City's community college system can't perform well enough to take college...|
|3/13/2013 - In spite of new policies designed to limit the interaction that medical students have with pharmaceutical industry representatives, such contact remains widespread, according to a study conducted by researchers from Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital and published in the Journal of...|
|2/15/2013 - It seems the lesson today's American college students most need to learn is one not taught at its universities and colleges -- that there is a difference between believing you can accomplish anything and taking action to accomplish something.
A recent analysis of the American Freshman Survey suggests...|
|1/21/2013 - In a tactic that is not likely to inspire future cooperation or confidence in police, officers in Northampton, Mass., have tricked every student in the local high school into providing them with handwriting samples as part of an investigation.
In what is becoming increasingly common among local,...|
|12/4/2012 - Biotechnology giant Pioneer Hi-Bred, which is owned by chemical giant DuPont, has made a strategic inroad into public education in Hawaii. According to The Garden Island, this key purveyor of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) has developed a partnership with Eleele Elementary School (EES) in Eleele,...|
|11/8/2012 - A New York University (NYU) professor has landed herself in the national spotlight after several of her students spoke out about a controversial class assignment that involved plotting the details of a realistic terrorist attack. As reported by The New York Post, Professor Marie-Helen Maras, who teaches...|
|10/15/2012 - The surveillance society continues to expand across America, with those who refuse to go along subject to recriminations and reprisals.
That's what's happening to students at John Jay High School and Anson Jones Middle School in San Antonio whose parents refuse to have their children tracked by school...|
|9/29/2012 - It happened about this same time a year ago, and now it's happening again.
Two more students from Le Roy junior and high school, near Rochester, N.Y., have been diagnosed with strange, mysterious tic-like symptoms once again, following a similar episode at the beginning of the 2011 school year, local...|
|6/25/2012 - A special needs school in Canton, Massachusetts, known as The Judge Rotenberg Center (JRC) is once again in the news, this time for its use of a controversial form of therapy that is no longer officially approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). According to a recent report by CNN's Anderson...|
|6/12/2012 12:25:14 AM - Pushing vaccines on the entire world is apparently not the only goal of the infamous Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which is reportedly now funding research into human tracking bracelets capable of gauging both emotional and physical responses to various stimuli. According to The Washington Post (WP),...|
|6/12/2012 - Just when, as a parent, you think you've got this drug thing with your kids handled, they come up with something else to put themselves at risk and make you begin worrying about them all over again.
The most recent trend now, according to reports, is for students to snort - yes, snort - attention-deficit...|
|5/23/2012 - A former student at Perryton High School in Perryton, Texas, has filed a lawsuit against the school's district for injuries he allegedly suffered during a teacher-mandated reenactment of the Holocaust. According to the suit, Andrew Yara, now 19, suffered a partially dislocated hip, dehydration, and...|
|4/26/2012 - A group of students at Albert Einstein Middle School in Sacramento, Calif. was recently considered to be guilty until proven innocent in a murder case involving a 13-year-old girl. The Sacramento Bee and other sources are reporting that officers from the Sacramento Police Department (SPD) showed up...|
|2/22/2012 - Mass hysteria over a measles outbreak in Hamilton County, Indiana, has led county health officials there to irrationally prohibit all unvaccinated children from attending two public schools. According to reports, 21 preschool-age students, seven elementary-age students, and 26 intermediate-age students...|
|1/24/2012 12:11:57 PM - Standardized testing is a common method by which colleges and universities evaluate the competency of applying high school students. But an increasing amount of students are cheating on such tests, which has caused lawmakers in New York to consider actually harvesting "digital DNA" from students and...|
|1/23/2012 - A massive school lunch menu overhaul implemented by the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) in California last year has been met with widespread resistance among district students. CBS 2 in Los Angeles reports that many students are actually choosing to go hungry rather than have to eat revamped,...|
|11/24/2011 - Every year, thousands of students from countries around the world enroll in seasonal exchange programs that allow them to work in the US for the summer, learn better English, and get a taste of American culture for their own enrichment. But a group of foreign students working at a Hershey chocolate...|
|11/12/2011 - Gwen Weil of Aseltine School in San Diego, CA recently informed me of a potential crisis in public education. Experienced teachers seem to be vanishing due to lack of job satisfaction. Gwen revealed the following:
A recent study by the Department of Education shows a startling trend in education:...|
|10/6/2011 - If you have a disability that could be interpreted as disruptive or distracting to others -- and you lack the means to deal with it on your own -- you just might be denied an education. This is exactly what happened to Channing Seideman, a former student at Colorado Mountain College, when she had an...|
|6/10/2011 - Starting a running club in which students were rewarded for laps did much more than improve fitness at Orchard Grove Elementary School, Frederick, MD. The school discovered that discipline problems dwindled and test scores rose.
As reported by Robert Samuels in the Washington Post, May 30, 2011,...|
|6/5/2011 - If you thought you'd heard it all regarding the sad state of public education in the U.S. today, think again. In the nation's capital, the teachers there help their students cheat on standardized exams.
A report last month said the D.C. Public Schools district is under investigation after officials...|
|5/25/2011 - Today's doctors-in-training are learning how to think critically and clearly about the need for -- and potential dangers of -- any drugs they prescribe. And surgeons only operate if they are physically and mentally able to make sure they will not be putting their patient in any danger, right? Unfortunately,...|
|5/24/2011 - It seems like it was just last week that I warned NaturalNews readers about how the TSA was expanding to become the new Nazi Secret Police of America. Actually, it was just last week (http://www.naturalnews.com/032458_TSA_bomb_drill.html). And now, over the weekend, the TSA confirmed exactly what I...|
|4/13/2011 - Some of the parents of children who attend Shady Grove Elementary School in Glen Allen, Va., are up in arms over a recent "Career Day" in which their young ones were exposed to some questionable show-and-tell props. According to a recent report by NBC 12 in Richmond, a local plastic surgeon brought...|
|4/12/2011 - Individual responsibility and personal freedom are becoming a thing of the past in the nation's public schools, as strict control over what students can and cannot eat -- or bring to school to eat -- escalates to near-dictatorial levels. The Chicago Tribune reports that for the past six years, Little...|
|2/3/2011 - Bill McKibben and Slow Food USA president Josh Viertel are part of the launch committee helping the Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive, or CoFed, empower students to establish co-ops serving ethically-sourced and sustainable food on college campuses nationwide.
As the 2011 college year begins,...|
|1/30/2011 - Warning: Explicit language. We apologize for the extremely explicit nature of this story, but we feel that publishing this truth, no matter how repulsive, is in the public interest and serves the greater purpose of informing patients about what can happen to them while under sedation at hospitals. Do...|
|2/10/2010 - Two high school students, Brenda Tan and Matt Cost at the Trinity School of Manhattan, gathered 151 DNA samples from foods and objects in their and neighbor`s homes as part of a science project. Of the samples, a large percentage were found to not be what their packaging said they were - they were mislabeled...|
|1/26/2010 - Are up-and-coming young doctors going to practice the same kind of mainstream medicine as their predecessors? Will the next generation of docs turn up their noses at alternative therapies such as acupuncture, yoga, herbs and vitamins -- just like the majority of the current crop of docs? In what may...|
|5/27/2009 - Pharmaceutical companies routinely shower medical students with all sorts of freebies -- from notepads and ballpoint pins to clipboards and calendars – that are emblazoned with the names of prescription drugs and devices. That may sound pretty harmless but research just published in the current issue...|
|5/18/2009 - A lot is expected of today's college students. They are under an enormous amount of pressure to succeed in academics. The pressure comes from themselves, parents, professors, and friends. This causes a lot of stress for students. Success in college is a stepping stone to being successful in a career...|
|5/7/2009 - The Texas Department of State Health Services will require even more vaccinations for children entering kindergarten or seventh grade in 2009. Students must now receive vaccines for meningitis, tetanus, diphtheria, whooping cough and chicken pox. Most of these viruses are rare or non-deadly, and the...|
|4/7/2009 - The Consumer Wellness Center, led by Executive Director Mike Adams (editor of NaturalNews), has announced its seventh grant in its Nutrition Grant Program. The Consumer Wellness Center (CWC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to promoting nutrition education. The Executive Director position is a non-paid...|
|11/28/2008 - People who select smaller, "snack-size" packages of foods like cookies or chips actually end up eating more than people who select larger packages, according to a study conducted by researchers from Tilburg University in the Netherlands and published in the Journal of Consumer Research.
|10/29/2008 - A middle schoolteacher in Fox River Grove, Ill., was fired in April after encouraging his students to eat a vegan diet.
Dave Warwak, an art teacher at Fox River Grove Middle School, got in trouble while guiding his students through an administrator-approved program that sought to teach students to...|
|9/4/2008 - A report commissioned by the British government warns that students are increasingly turning to brain-boosting prescription drugs in order to improve their academic performance. The report urges the United Kingdom to begin preparing a response before the problem becomes more serious.
|6/23/2008 - It appears that the use of electroshock punishment tactics isn't limited to the U.S. military these days: The state of Massachusetts has renewed a special education school's authority to use electric shocks as a form of punishment, even after the school admitted to administering excessive and unfair...|
|3/4/2008 - The re-authorization of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) has become a priority for the final year of the Bush administration. The fact that independent test results have shown NCLB to be a dismal failure seems to make no difference. With a little tweaking, it must continue. As debate on this legislation...|
|3/8/2007 - (ConsumerWellness.org) A new, inexpensive water purification technology developed by engineering students at Gonzaga University of Spokane, Wash., shows promise in offering clean water to African nations that currently go without. The extremely lost cost of the filter may make it affordable even by...|
|10/31/2006 - With the school shootings in various communities around the nation on the minds of many, police in the western Michigan community of Wyoming entered two classrooms at Lee Middle and High School last Thursday and announced there was a threat to the school.
The students -- according to the Grand Rapids...|
|10/24/2006 - Mike: This is Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, and today I am joined by Joshua Rosenthal, founder and director of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, talking about this unique school where students can learn to transform their health from the inside out and at the same time be trained to help others....|
|5/29/2005 - All over the country, public schoolteachers are becoming increasingly concerned about students' use of recording devices in classrooms. We've recently seen some interesting cases where outraged teachers were recorded on cell phone video cameras and audio recording devices, and then those videos or audio...|
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|7/14/2004 - One of the great failures of modern society is public education. In the United States, the public education system has been denied adequate funding for so long that teachers frequently resort to buying textbooks for their students with their own money. Many schools lack even fundamental instructional...|
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