If you didn't think Jacob Tremblay could get any cuter, prepare to be proved otherwise!
The 9-year-old is always sharing sweet little snaps and videos with his fans on Instagram, and his latest is no exception.
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On Friday, the Room actor posted a pic of himself acting like a normal kid who actually has to do homework. Oh wait, that's actually real life!
See the adorable shot (below):
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What in the world?!
Students of P.S. 116 in New York have been told not to do homework, which is literally the #1 thing kids want after ponies, and instead to spend time with their families reading and being together.
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In a letter from Principal Jane Hsu, she said:
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And we're only in the month of March!
In a ridiculously horrible new trend across the country, math homework referencing slavery continues to be given to students.
Parents of the kids at James A. Jackson Elementary School in Clatyon County, Georgia, were outraged when their homework assignment included this question:
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One Melvindale, Michigan student says his homework makes feel "ashamed of being black." So sad!
Parents are fuming because their kids were told to pretend to be a slave for a school assignment. The students were instructed to talk like a slave, dress like a slave, and create a fake journal detailing their life working on a plantation.
The assignment is trying to teaching kids to sympathize with the horrible lifestyle slaves were forced into. We get that, we love that.
HOWEVES, it's the "talking like a slave" part that we find totes insulting. WTF do they sound like?
Still, it's not as raciest as THIS homework assignment!
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It’s official — teachers hate Facebook.
Or they at least hate what they believe it’s doing to students. A recent report says that seven out of 10 teachers blame social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter for “plummeting pupil standards." Not only that, but half of teachers surveyed said that students can’t write well with a pen due to touch pads and keyboards. They feel that homework and concentration suffer when students spend too much time on social networking sites.
Yikes! We hope these teachers’ hunches aren’t true!
[Image via AP Images.]
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