If It Walks Like A School And Quacks Like A School…

The Watercliffe Meadow elementary, uh, place where kids go all day to learn stuff, in Sheffield, England, doesn’t call itself a “school” because administrators say many parents have a negative connotation of school. Linda Kingdon, Chief Person Who Educates Children, prefers to call it “a place for learning,” one which also features no bells or locked doors, and in which children will be encouraged to wear soft shoes so they’ll be comfortable. Once children graduate from Watercliffe Meadow they’ll be able to continue their education at Politically Correct Junior High, Euphemism Prep, or Muddy Meaning Middle, uh, Place for Learning.

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