The world’s first LEGO school will soon open up in Denmark, where kids will be immersed in a colorful LEGO world of creativity and imagination. Damn lucky Danish kids.
When you graduate high school and you move on to college, you start studying super serious stuff… like if you were going to the University of Victoria in Canada, you could sign up to take a course on the Science of Batman. Science. Batman. Serious stuff.
The course looks at the adaptability of the human mind and body in terms of how someone could potentially become the baddest motherfucker on the planet, AKA Batman.
Thirteen years into the 21st century and schools across America have gotten used to racial integration for decades, for generations. Except at Wilcox County High in Georgia, where the school is integrated, but the prom is not. Even as some students try desperately to change this, students and parents alike, steeped in tradition, are determined not to change anything.
If you’re a parent in Nigeria, you have the option apparently to send your kids to the unlicensed Pinky and the Brain primary school, an institution that probably teaches young Nigerian children how to become evil geniuses.
Indonesia to remove science from schools to allow more time to teach religion and nationalism. This should work out well for them.
Indonesia is the most populated Muslim nation on Earth, and has generally been kept well out of even the most paranoid’s discussion of “crazy Muslim extremists”. Well, the country recently decided to remove things like math and science from schools to give more time for religion and nationalism, because nothing keeps a country on a sane path like getting rid of science.
In New Zealand, they’re bringing back the art of dressing up dead possums in dresses with the help of schoolchildren. these furry corpses formed part of a display at a school in New Zealand which held a bizarre best-dressed dead possum competition as part of a fundraising day. Children let their imaginations run wild when they dressed the dead animals in all their finery for the contest at Uruti School on New Zealand’s North Island.