Subj:     School Jokes - Supp2
                 (Includes 67 jokes and articles, 21 1105n,32,cf,wXT4a5a,28)

          Updated through
.............'Frazz Sunday Comic Strip'.at 9.0

Teacher  from
SCHULACES3 on 10/16/2003

Includes the following:  Frank And Ernest - Cartoon (S550c)
.........................RSA: Changing Education Paradigms - Video (S718)
.........................TED - Do Schools Kill Creativity? - Video (S713)
.........................Daddy Sleeps Naked (S621, S767)
.........................TED: Sugata Mitra's Self-Teaching - Video (S713b)
.........................Little Johnny Scares Little Mary (S583c)
.........................Did You Know II - Video (S669)
.........................What The Teacher Said (S628c)
.........................Don Blue's Radio Show - Benicia Schools - Audio (S615)
.........................No Child Left Behind - Football Version (S607b)
.........................Why I Was Never Late For School - Video (S571b)
.........................Schools 1967 vs. 2007 (S581b)
.........................Geography Quiz - Game (S625c)
.........................The Teacher Questions Students (S564)
.........................Origami Hang Gliders - Video (S700b)
.........................Wet Pants In Third Grade (S527b)
.........................Children's Science Exam Answers: - Web Page (S704b)
.........................The Polite Way To Pee (S526)
.........................2 Pickles Comic Strips (S686)
.........................Dumbing Down Our Kids (S126)
.........................Short School Jokes
..............................International School Buses - Web Page w/Photos (S684b)
..............................A Lesson That Should Be Taught - Web Page (S680b)
..............................Cafeteria Food (S714a)
..............................Peanuts Comic Strip - Web Page w/13 Comic Strips (DU)
..............................Frazz Sunday Comic Strip - Web Page (S641b)
..............................Little Johnny Gets Bad Grades (S641b)
..............................Non Sequitur Comic Strip II (S638b)
..............................One Big Happy Comic Strip (S636)
..............................Little Johnny's Class Picture (S636c)
..............................Frazz Comic Strips IV (S632c)
..............................Herman Comic Strip (S618c)
..............................Peanuts Comic Strip (S619b)
..............................Frazz Comic Strips III (S620c)
..............................Frazz Comic Sunday Strip II (S615c)
..............................Frazz Comic Strip (S614c)
..............................8 Mallard Comic Strips (S608b)
..............................The Old Three "R"s (S528b)
..............................Mallard Comic Strip (S608)
..............................A Student Who Hated Graphing (S527)
..............................Opus Comic Strip (S602b)
..............................Why Our Schools Are Failing (S604)
..............................Going To School In The Jungle - Video (S573c)
..............................Zits Comics On AP Classes (S561c)
..............................Maxine On Testing (S556)
..............................Non Sequitor On Math Tests (S556)

Subj:     Frank And Ernest (S550c)
          By Bob Thaves in 2007
 Source: www.gocomics.com/frank-and-ernest/2007/08/03
Subj:.....RSA: Changing Education Paradigms
          From: Wimp.com
..........in 2010 (S718d-iFrame)
 Source1: www.youtube.com/embed/zDZFcDGpL4U
 Source2: www.wimp.com/educationparadigms/

 This animate was adapted from a talk given at the RSA
 by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and
 creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin
 Franklin award.  Click 'HERE' to see this all too true
 video on schools.

 From Random House Webster's College Dictionary:
 A paradigm is an example serving as a model or pattern.

Subj:.....TED - Do Schools Kill Creativity?
          From: Wimp.com in 2010 (S713d-iFrame)
 Source1: www.youtube.com/embed/iG9CE55wbtY
 Source2: www.wimp.com/schoolscreativity/

 Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly
 moving case for creating an education system that
 nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.  Click
 'HERE' to hear this funny, great speaker.

Subj:     Daddy Sleeps Naked (S621, S767)
          From: mauryschu in 2008

 'Late again,' the third-grade teacher said to little Sammy.

 'It isn't my fault this time, Miss Crabtree.  You can blame
 this'un on  my daddy.  The reason I'm three hours late is
 my daddy sleeps naked!'

 Now Miss Crabtree had taught grammar school for thirty-some-
 odd years.  Despite her mounting fears, she asked little
 Sammy what he meant by that.

 Full of grins and mischief, and in the flower of his youth,
 little Sammy and trouble were old friends, but he always
 told her the truth.

 'You see, Miss Crabtree; out at the ranch we got this here
 low down Coyote.  The last few nights he done et six hens
 and killed Ma's best milk goat.  Last night, when Daddy
 heard a noise out in the chicken pen, he grabbed his shot
 gun and said to Ma, 'That coyote's back again, I'm a gonna
 git him!''

 'Stay back,' he whispered to all us kids.  He was naked as
 a jaybird, no boots, no pants, no shirt!'

 'To the hen house he crawl ed, just like an Injun on the
 snoop.  Then he stuck that double barreled 12 Gauge shot
 gun through the window of the coop.  As he stared into the
 darkness, with coyotes on his mind, our old hound dog Zeke
 had done woke up and comes sneaking' up behind Daddy.  Then
 as we all looked on plumb helpless, old Zeke stuck his cold
 nose in Daddy's crack!

 'Miss Crabtree, we all been cleanin' chickens since three
 o'clock this Mornin.

Subj:.....TED: Sugata Mitra's Self-Teaching
          From: Wimp.com
..........in 2010 (S713b,d-iFrame)
 Source1: www.youtube.com/embed/dk60sYrU2RU
 Source2: www.wimp.com/selfteaching/

 Indian education scientist Sugata Mitra tackles one of
 the greatest problems of education -- the best teachers
 and schools don't exist where they're needed most.  In a
 series of real-life experiments from New Delhi to South
 Africa to Italy, he gave kids self-supervised access to
 the web and saw results that could revolutionize how we
 think about teaching.  Click 'HERE' to see this wonderful,
 amazing video.

Subj:     Little Johnny Scares Little Mary
..........in 2008 (S583c)
Little Johnny
from Yahoo! Images

 Little Johnny and Little Mary were walking home from school
 one day. As they walked along, they saw two dogs knotted up
 along side the road,doing it, well, doggy style.

 "What are they doing, Johnny?" Mary asked. Well, Little
 Johnny, being a man of the world for all his 12 years, knew
 what they were doing but was embarrassed to say it, so he
 said, "Well, he's scaring her." Little Mary said, "Oh."

 They walked a little farther, and Little Mary said, "Scare
 me, Little Johnny." Well, Little Johnny thought, "What the
 Hell." So he took her into the bushes and "scared" her.

 After they were finished, they started walking home again.
 Pretty soon,they walked past a stallion mounting a mare in
 the field. "What are they doing, Little Johnny ?", she asked.
 "Well, he's scaring her." So LittleMary said, "Scare me
 again, Johnny." Well, Little Johnny took her into the bushes
 and "scared" her again.

 After they were finished, they started walking home again.
 Pretty soon,you guessed it, they saw a bull and a heifer in
 the field, going at it.

 "What are they doing, Little Johnny?" she innocently (?)
 asked again. "Well, he's scaring her" Little Johnny said
 once again. After a few more minutes of walking, Little Mary
 said, "Scare me again, Little Johnny."

 Now Little Johnny, being a little tired by now, had just
 about had enough, so he yelled out,
 "Boo, damn it, boo!"

Subj:     Did You Know II
          From: tom
          in 2009 (S669d-iFrame)
 Source: www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL9Wu2kWwSY

 (Also see "Did You Know" in School Supp)

 Fantastic video on the progression of information
 technology, researched by Karl Fisch, Scott McLeod,
 and Jeff Brenman.  Click 'HERE' to see amazing,
 excellent video.

Subj:     What The Teacher Said (S628c)
          From: LABLaughsClean in 2009

  What the teacher says and (what the teacher means):

  1. Your son has a remarkable ability in gathering
     needed information from his classmates.
     (He was caught cheating on a test).

  2. Karen is an endless fund of energy and viability.
     (The hyperactive monster can't stay seated for five

  3. Fantastic imagination! Unmatched in his capacity for
     blending fact with fiction.
     (He's definitely one of the biggest liars I have ever

  4. Margie exhibits a casual, relaxed attitude to school,
     indicating that high expectations don't intimidate her.
     (The lazy thing hasn't done one assignment all term).

  5. Her athletic ability is marvelous. Superior hand-eye
     (The little creep stung me with a rubber band from 15
     feet away).

  6. Nick thrives on interaction with his peers.
     (Your son needs to stop socializing and start working).

  7. Your daughter's greatest asset is her demonstrative
     public discussions.
     (Classroom lawyer! Why is it that every time I explain
     an assignment she creates a class argument).

  8. John enjoys the thrill of engaging challenges with
     his peers.
     (He's a bully).

  9. An adventurous nature lover who rarely misses
     opportunities to explore new territory.
     (Your daughter was caught skipping school at the
     fishing pond).

 10. I am amazed at her tenacity in retaining her
     youthful personality.
     (She's so immature that we've run out of diapers).

 11. Unlike some students who hide their emotion,
     Charles is very expressive and open.
     (He must have written the Whiner's Guide).

 12. I firmly believe that her intellectual and
     emotional progress would be enhanced through a
     year's repetition of her learning environment.
     (Regretfully, we believe that she is not ready
     for high school and must repeat the 8th grade).

 13. Her exuberant verbosity is awesome!
     (A mouth that never stops yacking).

Subj:     Don Blue's Radio Show 
.............- Benicia Schools
          in 2008 (S615d-On Site,audio)
 Source: (Removed from star1013fm.com)

 In order to attend a school in Benicia, the child must reside
 in the town.  Don Blue called a the parent, who lives in Vallejo,
 but has their child go to a Benicia school.  You can listen
 to the argument on an audio file by clicking 'HERE'.

Subj:     No Child Left Behind - Football Version (S607b)
          From: bweidel in 2008

 The football version of what is going on in education
 right now. (If you're not an educator, this may not make
 a lot of sense to you.  But send it to your friends who
 are in education.  They will love it!)

 For all the educators. In or out of the system.


 1. All teams must make the state playoffs and all MUST win
 the championship.  If a team does not win the championship,
 they will be on probation until they are the champions,
 and coaches will be held accountable.  If after two years
 they have not won the championship their footballs and
 equipment will be taken away UNTIL they do win the

 2. All children will be expected to have the same football
 skills at the same time even if they do not have the same
 conditions or opportunities to practice on their own.  NO
 exceptions will be made for lack of interest in football,
 a desire to perform athletically, or genetic abilities or
 disabilities of themselves or their parents.


 3. Talented players will be asked to workout on their own,
 without instruction.  This is because the coaches will be
 using all of their instructional time with the athletes
 who aren't interested in football, have limited athletic
 ability or whose parents don't like football.

 4. Games will be played year round, but statistics will
 only be kept in the 4th, 8th, and 11th game.

 It will create a New Age of Sports where every school is
 expected to have the same level of talent and all teams
 will reach the same minimum goals.  If no child gets
 ahead, then no child gets left behind.

Subj:     Why I Was Never Late For School
          From: rfslick in 2007 (S571b,d-iFrame)
..........At: www.youtube.com/embed/qLH8KVTSyLM

 This short dragstrip video is impressive.  Click 'HERE'
 to play.

Subj:     Schools 1967 vs. 2007 (S581b)
          From: gayleheckman in 2008

 Scenario: Jack goes quail hunting before school, pulls into
 school parking lot with shotgun in gun rack.

 1967 - Vice principal comes over to look at Jack's shotgun.
 He goes to his own car and gets his shotgun to show Jack.

 2007 - School goes into lock-down, and FBI is called. Jack
 is hauled off to jail and never sees his truck or gun again.
 Counselors called in for traumatized students and teachers.
Drawing from tom on 8/21/2009
 Scenario: Johnny and Mark get into a fist fight after school.

 1967 - Crowd gathers. Mark wins. Johnny and Mark shake hands
 and end up best friends.

 2007 - Police called. SWAT team arrives. Johnny and Mark are
 arrested and charged with assault.  Both are expelled even
 though Johnny started it.
 Scenario: Jeffrey won't be still in class, disrupts
 other students.

 1967 - Jeffrey sent to office and given a good paddling by
 the Principal.  He returns to class, sits still, and does
 not disrupt class again.

 2007 - Jeffrey is diagnosed with A. D. D. and given huge
 doses of Ritalin.  Be comes a zombie. School gets extra
 money from State because Jeffrey has a learning disability.
 Scenario: Billy breaks a window in his neighbor's car and
 his dad gives him a whipping with his belt.

 1967 - Billy is more careful next time, grows up normal,
 goes to college, and becomes a successful businessman.

 2007 - Billy's dad is arrested for child abuse. Billy is
 placed in foster care and joins a gang.  State psychologist
 convinces Billy's sister that she remembers being abused
 herself, and their dad goes to prison.  Billy's Mom has
 affair with psychologist.
 Scenario: Mark has a headache and brings some aspirin
 to school.

 1967 - Mark takes aspirin in lunchroom and headache
 goes away.

 2007 - Police called. Mark is expelled from school for
 drug violations.  Car is searched for drugs and weapons.
 Scenario: Pedro fails English in high school.

 1967 - Pedro goes to summer school, passes English,
 goes to college.

 2007 - Pedro's cause is taken up by state.  Newspaper
 articles appear nationally explaining that teaching
 English as a requirement for graduation is racist.
 ACLU files class action lawsuit against state school
 system and Pedro's English teacher.  English banned
 from core curriculum.  Pedro is given a diploma anyway
 but ends up mowing lawns for a living because he cannot
 speak English.
 Scenario: Johnny takes apart leftover firecrackers from
 4th of July, puts them in a model airplane paint bottle,
 blows up a fire ant hill.

 1967 - Ants die.

 2007 - Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Homeland
 Security, and FBI called.  Johnny is charged with domestic
 terrorism.  The FBI investigates parents; siblings are
 removed from home; computers are confiscated.  Johnny's
 dad goes on Terror Watch List and is never allowed to fly
 Scenario: Johnny falls while running during recess and
 scrapes his knee.  He is found crying by his teacher
 who hugs him to comfort him.

 1967 - In a short time, Johnny feels better and goes on playing.

 2007 - Teacher is accused of being a sexual predator and
 loses her job.  She faces three years in state prison.
 Johnny undergoes five years of therapy.


Subj:     Geography Quiz
          Fm: RethinkingSchools
          in 2009 (S625c,d-On Site,SWF)
 Source: www.rethinkingschools.org/just_fun/games/mapgame.html

 Did you know "the Middle East"' stretches as far west as the
 Western Sahara in Africa? What is the smallest Middle Eastern
 country?  Test your knowledge on this drag-and-drop game.
 (All ages). Requires Flash.

 You can play this challenging game by clicking 'HERE'.

Subj:     The Teacher Questions Students (S564)
          From: hellgunner50 in 2007

 TEACHER: Maria, go to the map and find North America.

 MARIA: Here it is.

 TEACHER: Correct.  Now class, who discovered America?

 CLASS: Maria.

 TEACHER: John, why are you doing your math multiplication
          on the floor?

 JOHN: You told me to do it without using tables.

 TEACHER: Glenn, how do you spell "crocodile?"


 TEACHER: No, that's wrong

 GLENN: Maybe it is wrong, but you asked me how I spell it.

 TEACHER: Donald, what is the chemical formula for water?


 TEACHER: What are you talking about?

 DONALD: Yesterday you said it's H to O.

 TEACHER: Winnie, name one important thing we have today
          that we didn't have ten years ago.


 TEACHER: Glen, why do you always get so dirty?

 GLEN: Well, I'm a lot closer to the ground than you are.

 TEACHER: Millie, give me a sentence starting with "I."

 MILLIE: I is..

 TEACHER: No, Millie..... Always say, "I am."

 MILLIE: All right...  "I am the ninth letter of the alphabet."

 TEACHER: George Washington not only chopped down his father's
          cherry tree, but also admitted it.  Now, Louie, do
          you know why his father didn't punish him?

 LOUIS: Because George still had the axe in his hand.

 TEACHER: Now, Simon, tell me frankly, do you say
          prayers before eating?

 SIMON: No sir, I don't have to, my Mom is a good cook.

 TEACHER: Clyde, your composition on "My Dog" is exactly
          the same as your brother's.  Did you copy his?

 CLYDE: No, teacher, it's the same dog.

 TEACHER: Harold, what do you call a person who keeps on
          talking when people are no longer interested?

 HAROLD: A teacher.

Subj:     Origami Hang Gliders
          From: Wimp.com in 2010
..........(S700b,d-iFrame in Asian)
 Source1: www.youtube.com/embed/jnwc0meV3SI
 Source2: www.wimp.com/origamiglider/
 Source3: www.sciencetoymaker.org/

 (See "Dollar Origami", "Dollar Koi Fish"
..and "Unusual Origami Method" below)

 Teaching middle school students to make origami hang
 gliders is a great activity.  This video is just Part 1.
 the introduction.  To see Part 2, the construction
 details, and templates go to Source3.  Click 'HERE'
 to see this intro video.

Subj:     Wet Pants In Third Grade (S527b)
          From: darrell94590 in 2007

 Come with me to a third grade classroom...  There is a nine-
 year-old kid sitting at his desk and all of a sudden, there
 is a puddle between his feet and the front of his pants are
 wet.  He thinks his heart is going to stop because he cannot
 possibly imagine how this has happened.

 It's never happened before, and he knows that when the boys
 find out he will never hear the end of it.  When the girls
 find out, they'll never speak to him again as long as he lives.

 The boy believes his heart is going to stop; he puts his head
 down and prays this prayer, "Dear God, this is an emergency!
 I need help now!  Five minutes from now I'm dead meat."

 He looks up from his prayer and here comes the teacher with a
 look in her eyes that says he has been discovered.  As the
 teacher is walking toward him, a classmate named Susie is
 carrying a goldfish bowl that is filled with water.  Susie
 trips in front of the teacher and inexplicably dumps the
 bowl of water in the boy's lap.

 The boy pretends to be irritated, but all the while is saying
 to himself, "Thank you, Lord! Thank you, Lord!"

 Now all of a sudden, instead of being the object of ridicule,
 the boy is the object of sympathy.  The teacher rushes him
 downstairs and gives him gym shorts to put on while his pants
 dry out.  All the other children are on their hands and knees
 cleaning up around his desk.  The sympathy is wonderful.  But
 as life would have it, the ridicule that should have been his
 has been transferred to someone else - Susie.

 She tries to help, but they tell her to get out. "You've done

 Finally, at the end of the day, as they are waiting for the
 bus, the boy walks over to Susie and whispers, "You did that
 on purpose, didn't you?"

 Susie whispers back, "I wet my pants once too."

Subj:     Children's Science Exam Answers:
          From: darrellvip
..........in 2010 (S704b)
 Source: (Removed from islam.trivuz.com)

 Click 'HERE' to read these unusual answers to science questions.

Subj:     The Polite Way To Pee
          From: jbcary1
..........in 2007 (S526)
Little Johnny
from Yahoo! Images

 During one of her daily classes a teacher trying to teach
 good manners, asked her students the following question:

 "Michael, if you were on a date having dinner with a nice
 young lady, how would you tell her that you have to go to
 the bathroom?"

 Michael said, "Just a minute I have to go pee."

 The teacher responded by saying, "That would be rude and

 What about you Peter, how would you say it?" Peter said,
 "I am sorry, but I really need to go to the bathroom.
 I'll be right back."

 "That's better, but it's still not very nice to say the
 word bathroom at the dinner table

 And you, little Johnny, can you use your brain for once
 and show Us your good manners?"

 I would say: "Darling, may I please be excused for a
 moment?  I have to shake hands with a very dear friend
 of mine, whom I hope you'll get to meet after dinner."

 The teacher fainted.

Subj:     2 Pickles Comic Strips (S686, S1024)
          By Brian Crane in 2010
 Source: www.gocomics.com/pickles/2010/03/05
Subj:     Dumbing Down Our Kids (S126)
          From: Anaise in 1999

    Charles Sykes is the author of Dumbing Down Our Kids. He
 volunteered the following advice to high school and college
 graduates. It is a list of eleven things kids do not learn in
 school. In his book, he talks about how the feel good
 politically correct teachings created a generation of kids
 with no concept of reality, and set them up for failure in
 the real world. It seems to me these rules have also been
 forgotten (or never learned) by many adults.

 Rule 1 - Life is not fair; get used to it.
 Rule 2 - The world won't care about your self-esteem. The
          world will expect you to accomplish something BEFORE
          you feel good about yourself.
 Rule 3 - You will NOT make 40 thousand dollars a year right
          out of high school.  You won't be a vice president
          with a car phone until you earn both.
 Rule 4 - If you think your teacher is tough, wait until you
          get a boss.  He doesn't have tenure.
 Rule 5 - Flipping burgers is not beneath your dignity. Your
          grandparents had a different word for burger
          flipping; they called it opportunity.
 Rule 6 - If you mess up, it's not your parents' fault, so
          don't whine about your mistakes, learn from them.
 Rule 7 - Before you were born, your parents weren't as boring
          as they are now. They got that way from paying your
          bills, cleaning your clothes, and listening to you
          talk about how cool you are. So before you save the
          rain forest from the parasites of your parents'
          generation, try delousing the closet in your own
 Rule 8 - Your school may have done away with winners and
          losers, but life has not.  In some schools they have
          abolished failing grade; they'll give you as many
          times as you want to get the right answer. This, of
          course, doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to
          ANYTHING in real life.
 Rule 9 - Life is not divided into semesters. You don't get
          summers off, and very few employers are interested
          in helping you find yourself. Do that on your own
 Rule 10 - Television is NOT real life. In real life people
          actually have to leave the coffee shop and go to
 Rule 11 - Be nice to nerds.  Chances are you'll end up
          working for one.

Subj:     Short School Jokes

Subj:     International School Buses
          From: gattica30 in 2010 (S684b)
Drawing from Zazzle.co.uk
 Click 'HERE' to see these cute school bus pictures.

Subj:     A Lesson That Should Be
.............Taught In All Schools 
          in 2010 (S680b)
 Source: www.snopes.com/glurge/nodesks.asp
 Martha COTHREN, a social studies school teacher at Robinson
 High School in Little Rock, taught an forgotten lesson on
 the first day of school.  Click 'HERE' to read this true story.

Subj:     Cafeteria Food (S714a)
          From: ezines@arcamax.com in 2010
 When the power went off at the elementary school, the
 cook couldn't serve a hot meal in the cafeteria.  She
 had to feed the children something, so at the last
 minute she whipped up great stacks of peanut-butter
 and jelly sandwiches.

 As one little boy filled his plate, he said, "It's
 about time. At last -- a home cooked meal!"

Subj:     Peanuts Comic Strips II
          By Charles M. Schulz
..........in 2009 (DU in Latin)
 Source: www.gocomics.com/peanuts/2009/08/21
 Click 'HERE' to read these Peanuts comic strips
 discusses Sally's fear of going to kindergarten.

Subj:     Frazz Sunday Comic Strip V
          By Jef Mallett
..........in 2009 (S641b)
 Source: www.gocomics.com/frazz/2009/04/19
 This cute Sunday comic strip discusses a weekend essay
 on creative irresponsibility.  Click 'HERE' to read it.

Subj:     Little Johnny Gets Bad Grades (S641b)
          From: LABLaughs Clean on 4/15/2009
Little Johnny from Yahoo! Images
 Little Johnny came home one night rather depressed.

 "What's the matter." asked his mother.

 "Aw, gee," said Little Johnny, "it's my grades.
  They're all wet."

 "What do you mean 'all wet?'" asked his mother.

 "You know," he replied, "below C-level."

Subj:     Non Sequitur Comic Strip II (S638b)
          By Wiley Miller on 3/30/2009
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/nonsequitur/2009/03/30
 This cute comic strip discusses sitting in the
 front of the class.  Click 'HERE' to view it.

Subj:     One Big Happy Comic Strip (S636)
          by Rick Detorie on 3/15/2009
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/onebighappy
 This Sunday comic discusses "retaining students."  Click
 'HERE' to read this funny strip.

Subj:     Little Johnny's Class Picture (S636c)
          From: rfslick on 3/11/2009
 Click 'HERE' to see the cute, silly class picture.

Subj:     Frazz Comic Strips IV (S632c)
          by Jeff Mallett on 2/19/2007
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/frazz/2009/02/19
 Click 'HERE' to read these cute comic strips is about
 Attention Deficit Disorder.

Subj:     Herman Comic Strip (S618c)
          by Jim Unger on 11/1/2008
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/herman/2008/11/01
 This Herman comic strip contained a very interesting quote
 about the dangers of teaching.  Click 'HERE' to read it.

Subj:     Peanuts Comic Strip (S619b)
          By Charles M. Schulz on 11/19/2008
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/peanuts/2008/11/19
 In this episode of Peanuts, Lucy discusses learning
 with Charlie Brown.  Click 'HERE' to read this cartoon
 and other Peanuts episodes on learning and school.

Subj:     Frazz Comic Strips III (S620c)
..........by Jeff Mallett on 11/25/2008
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/frazz/2008/11/25
 These short comic strips discuss problems that are unique
 to schools.  Click 'HERE' to see this comic strip.

Subj:     Frazz Sunday Comic Strip II (S615c)
          by Jeff Mallett on 10/5/2008
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/frazz/2008/10/05
 In this episode janitor Edwin Frazier and a student
 discuss how learning works.  Click 'HERE' to see this
 great comic strip.

Subj:     Frazz Sunday Comic Strip (S614c)
          by Jeff Mallett on 10/12/2007
Drawing from Comics.com
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/frazz/2008/10/12
 From carpet stains to low voter turnout, Bryson Elementary School
 janitor Edwin Frazier, known as "Frazz," tackles every problem.
 In this Sunday comic strip, Janitor Edwin Frazier explains the
 difference between training, education, and school.  You can view
 this wonderful comic strip by clicking 'HERE'.

Subj:     8 Mallard Comic Strips (S608b)
          by Bruce Tinsley on 9/7/2008
 Source: http://comicskingdom.com/mallard-fillmore#
 In this set of comic strips Mallard has "Back-to-School Memories"
 Click 'HERE' to view these cartoons.

Subj:     The Old Three "R"s (S528b)
          From: Joke-of-the-Day.com on 2/28/2007
 The old three "R"s need to be updated. Readin, Riteing,
 Rithmatic -- should be taught in school.

 The more important three "R"s need to be taught in the home.
    Respect for Self
    Respect for Others
    Responsibility for all of your Actions

Subj:     Mallard Comic Strip (S608c)
          by Bruce Tinsley on 9/4/2008
 Source: http://comicskingdom.com/mallard-fillmore#
 In this set of comic strips Mallard translates "Teacher Speak"
 Click 'HERE' to view these cartoons.

Subj:     A Student Who Hated Graphing (S527)
          From: LABLaughsClean on 2/27/2007
 A student at our high school a few years back, having had
 his fill with drawing graph after graph in senior high math
 class, told his teacher,

 "I'll do algebra, I'll do trig, and I'll even do statistics,
 but graphing is where I draw the line."

Subj:     Opus Sunday Comic Strip (S602b)
          By Berkeley Breathed on Sept 23, 2007
 Source: http://www.salon.com/2007/09/23/opus_13/
 This Opus comic strip discusses hedge fund managers and
 school teachers.  You can view this wonderful comic strip
 by clicking 'HERE'.

 You can view other great Opus Comic Strips by clicking 'HERE'.

Subj: Why Our Schools Are Failing (S604)
      By Richard Garner, Education Editor
      From: bweidel on July 31,2008
 Source: (Removed from independent.co.uk/news)
 This is NOT a joke.  This article by a British newspaper
 discusses why our schools are failing.  You can view by
 clicking 'HERE'.

Subj:     Going To School In The Jungle (S573c,d)
          From: darrellvip (in Latin America)
          on 1/15/2008
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/Wh0o2zNOx8Y
 This 8,500 KB movie shows how a small Columbian village
 travel to the outside world.  Click 'HERE' to view.

Subj:     Zits Comics On AP Classes (S561c)
          by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman on 10/10/2007
..........At: http://comicskingdom.com/zits
 Having taught AP classes, I can relate to this comic strip.
 You can view it on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

Subj:     Maxine On Testing (S556)
          From: LABLaughsAdult on 9/17/2007
 Source: (Removed from lablaughs.com)
 You can view this cute Maxine drawing by clicking 'HERE'.

Subj:     6 Non Sequitor Comics On Math Tests (S556)
          By Wiley Miller on 9/17/2007
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/nonsequitur/2007/09/17
 You can read these six, cute comic strips about studying
 for math tests by clicking 'HERE'.

From: Joke-Of-The-Day-Mail.com on 3/20/2007 (S532b)
 Education is what remains after one has forgotten
 everything he learned in school.

From: Joke-of-the-Day.com on 5/17/2007 (S540b - signs-supp)
 Sign on a bulletin board in a kindergarten in Toronto, Canada:
 "I don't care how much you know until I know how much you care."

From: LABLaughsAdult on 3/24/2008 (S583b)
 "The family fireside is the best of schools."
    -- Arnold Glasgow

From: LABLaughsClean on 1/15/2009 (S627b)
 My grades were so bad,
 my dog refused to eat my homework.

From: LABLaughsClean on 11/27/2009 (S672b)
 "Education is what survives when what has been learned
  has been forgotten."  -- B.F.Skinner

                           -(o o)-
...............................From catlynnbray on 7/23/06