22-calibre rifle, wounding six Heritage High classmates
Parents have used videotapes as a way for their hospitalized child to say "hello" to classmates
, and to explain the injury, new equipment and plans for returning to school.
Midly depressed students did not selectively recall more negative items than nondepressed classmates
Seeing some classmates
who look worse releases us from the anxiety and stress of aging, cheers us up and rejuvenates us.
Six items centered upon the difficulty category: "Mathematics is an easy subject" (opposite score), "I would like mathematics much more if it were not so difficult," "Although I do my best, mathematics is more difficult for me than for many of my classmates
," "Nobody can be good in every subject, and I am just not talented in mathematics," "When I do not understand a new topic in mathematics initially, I know that I will never really understand it," and "Mathematics is not one of my strengths.
Last November, the then 6-year-old Marcus McLaurin reportedly told a classmate
that he had two mothers and explained that, "Gay is when a girl likes another girl," Hampton says.
In "Fiction," the first and shorter film in Solondz's two-part thumb-noser, raped student Vi (Selma Blair) trumpets her experience to her fellow classmates
in the form of a graphically detailed short story in which little has been done to disguise characters and events.
But ask them if they'd like to know what their old classmates
have been doing and they will almost always say yes.
Student reticence, withdrawal, or fear of interacting not only deprives that student from sharing what they know, it deprives the teacher and classmates
from benefiting by what a given student has to offer.
Taken together, being poor and attending schools with classmates
who are poor, constitute a clear "double handicap.