<![CDATA[Ranker: Recent Education Lists]]> http://www.ranker.com/list-of//education http://www.ranker.com/img/skin2/logo.gif Most Viewed Lists on Ranker http://www.ranker.com/list-of//education <![CDATA[Funny Graduation Caps That Won the Whole Ceremony]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/funny-graduation-caps/nathandavidson
Graduation day is supposed to be a happy day but in reality there's nothing happy about it. The ceremonies are incredibly boring, it's usually really hot outside, and you have to wear the most poorly-designed hats in the history of mankind. But that doesn't mean you can't take a negative and turn it into a positive like these people did with their funny grad caps. Why spend one more second in a boring robe and a boring hat when funny graduation hats can really take your day up a notch? You wouldn't do that. Another good way to spend your time is by looking at this funny collection of graduation caps. Maybe you'll get some ideas for your own graduation cap.

Funny Graduation Caps That Won the Whole Ceremony, education, schools, other,

The Universal Truth

There's No Shame in Begging

The Big Short

A Graduate Occasionally Pays Their Debts

Small Fish in a Big Pond

Hold on to Your Butts

Unlocking the Real World

Stay as Long as You Can

Time for Grad School

Better Call Saul

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<![CDATA[Celebrities Who Went to Elementary School Together]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/celebrities-who-went-to-elementary-school-together/celebrity-lists
Elementary school is a time to learn, grow, and make new friends. But for these future famous people, those years may have also been a time to network. A number of notable actors, actresses, and musicians actually attended the same grade schools. Some of these celebrities who went to school together became fast friends, while others weren't very close. One famous pair of grade school friends even went on to win an Oscar together.

That particular pair tops this list of famous people who went to elementary school together. Acclaimed actors and executives Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have been friends since the third grade. They attended Cambridge Rindge and Latin School together long before they won Oscars for co-writing Good Will Hunting.

You may be surprised to discover that the connection between Gwyneth Paltrow and Maya Rudolph goes back a generation. Their fathers were best friends from college and the future actresses went to grade school together. Paltrow even shared their 5th-grade class picture from the Crossroads School when she hosted Saturday Night Live.

Before they were household names, these celebrities were just kids on the playground. Read on to discover what other famous people attended grade school together.

Celebrities Who Went to Elementary School Together,

Adam Levine
Of his lifelong friendship with Adam Levine, Johah Hill said, "Our dads met in the principal's office in junior high. We were in carpool, we lived at each other's houses."
Andy Samberg
Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-stars Andy Samberg and Chelsea Peretti go way back. The comedians went to grade school together and even carpooled to their 6th-grade graduation – as seen in the photo above.

Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow and Maya Rudolph's fathers were best friends from college and the future actresses went to grade school together. Paltrow even shared their 5th-grade class picture from the Crossroads School when she hosted Saturday Night Live.

Matt Damon
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have been friends since the third grade. The actors and executives attended Cambridge Rindge and Latin School together long before they won Oscars for co-writing Good Will Hunting.

Rick Moranis
Rick Moranis has spoken about going to grade school with Rush frontman Geddy Lee in interviews. "Geddy Lee and I went to the same grade school," he said. "He moved away when we were still young but I remember him like I do all my friends from back then."
Ryan Gosling
Ryan Gosling and Justin Timberlake aren't just friends from grade school, they're practically brothers. They worked together on The Mickey Mouse Club, went to school together, and lived together. Timberlake's mom even let Gosling stay with them in the U.S. while Gosling's mom worked back in Canada.

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga and Nicky Hilton went to the Pre-K – Grade 12 school Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York at the same time. Nicky's sister Paris Hilton also attended the school, but she is a few years older.

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<![CDATA[Celebrities Who Went to Catholic School]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/celebrities-who-went-to-catholic-school/celebrity-lists
You might expect Hollywood A-listers to attend ritzy private academies, but you would be surprised how many famous actors, musicians, politicians, and athletes actually attended Catholic school. Some of these famous Catholic school alumni have lapsed on their faith while other celebrity Catholic school students still religiously attend church to this day.

What stars number among celebrities who went to Catholic school? Reality television darling Kim Kardashian went to the all-girl Catholic Marymount High School. On the east coast, Paris Hilton and Lady Gaga attended New York's Convent of the Sacred Hearts and Jennifer Lopez went to Holy Family in the Bronx. A few celebs even have funny stories about their school days – Shakira, for instance, wasn't allowed to participate in the choir at her Catholic school because the director thought she sounded "like a goat."

Several famous men also went to Catholic school. Barack Obama attended Santo Fransiskus Asisi Catholic School for first through third grade and John C. Reilly went to Brother Rice High School in Chicago.

Whether their choice of school was based on personal faith or stellar curriculum, these famous people all share a common educational background. Keep scrolling to see who else appears on this list.

Celebrities Who Went to Catholic School,

Barack Obama
Barack Obama attended Santo Fransiskus Asisi Catholic School for first through third grade.

George Clooney
George Clooney was an altar boy during his Catholic school days.

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez went to Holy Family in the Bronx.

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian went to the all-girl Catholic Marymount High School.

Madonna went to a Catholic high school.

Salma Hayek
Although she no longer identifies with the religion, Salma Hayek went to a Catholic boarding school.

Tom Cruise
Tom Cruise attended St. Francis Seminary School in Cincinnati.

Will Smith
Will Smith grew up Baptist, but he attended Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School in elementary school.

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga attended New York's Convent of the Sacred Heart.

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber graduated from of St. Michael Catholic Secondary School in Stratford, Ontario.

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<![CDATA[Universities With The Best College Sports Programs]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/universities-with-the-best-college-sports-programs
College sports programs are a large source of pride among American universities. What are the colleges with the best sports programs& It's time for the fans to decide!

Whether it's basketball, football, or even baseball season, universities and alumni want to be the best athletic program, period. What university has the best sports program& Here are the colleges with the greatest all around sports programs in the country. If you don't vote for your top athletic college, you are letting down your favorite athletes and your classmates. Don't be a cause of shame for your alma mater!

Notice your favorite school missing from the ranks& Add a contributing list to give a vote with some heft. You can also use the voting buttons to say whether you think a college should have been included or not.
Universities With The Best College Sports Programs,

Michigan State University

Ohio State University

Stanford University

University of Alabama

University of California, Los Angeles

University of Michigan

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of Notre Dame

University of Texas at Austin

University of Florida

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<![CDATA[The Best College Football Coaches of All Time]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/best-college-football-coaches-of-all-time
This list of the best college football coaches of all time is full of big names and legendary coaching empires. Ever wondered who was is the greatest college football coach of all time? Now is your opportunity to have a say in the matter. Granted, picking who this should be won't be easy, as you have to consider different eras of NCAA football along with a number of other factors, like bowl game wins, national titles, who was on their team, and who got the most bang for their buck out of their players. But it's on you to pick whatever criteria you want in determining who is the best college football coach ever. As long as they coached college play at some point, they can be listed here, but be sure to vote based on each coach's storied college career only.

There are some pretty big names on this list, titans of the coaching world. If you're an Alabama fan, you'll have a tough time picking between Bear Bryant and Nick Saban. The same goes for any Notre Dame fan and for USC supporters, who do you think is a better coach: John McKay or Pete Carroll? Who's the best of these famous college football coaches?

It shouldn't be easy for you to decide who the greatest college football coaches are. There are simply too many all time greats. Just remember though, where would each coaches' team be without them steering the ship and keeping the players in line? Not an easy question to answer.

So who is the best college football coach of all time? It's up to you to decide. If you notice someone isn't on this list and should be, feel free to add him. This is the crowdranked list of what coach deserves to called the greatest ever, so choose wisely!
The Best College Football Coaches of All Time,

Bear Bryant

Bobby Bowden

Bo Schembechler

Joe Paterno

Knute Rockne

Nick Saban

Steve Spurrier

Tom Osborne

Woody Hayes

Pop Warner

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<![CDATA[Adam Carolla Ranks His Worst Cities to Perform In]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/adam-carolla-worst-cities-to-perform/adam-carolla
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As discussed on the Adam Carolla Show, Adam Carolla named his least favorite cities to perform in. His reasons vary and as always, they're as colorful as the ACE man himself. Carolla doesn't pull any punches and just calls out these cities like he sees it. 

If you want to see Adam perform in a city he actually likes, you can buy tickets to Adam's upcoming show at the Moore Theatre in Seattle on April 20 here. You can listen to the full podcast episode here.
Adam Carolla Ranks His Worst Cities to Perform In,

Des Moines



Addison, Texas
"I was in Cabo San Lucas at one of those villas you get at a charity auction where the guy goes 'you and nine of your closest friends can go to this Casa de whatever.' It's where Jennifer Aniston hangs out. You have your own beach, you have your own butler and pool. You can't go eight feet without running into a papaya.

It's a place where there are no clocks and when you get up you don't know what time it is and there's a guy just standing there asking if you want fresh papaya juice. It's a goddamn utopia and you're just puttering around with Jimmy Kimmel and the rest of the cool, beautiful people just doing whatever, whenever. [Jimmy Kimmel] won this thing at a charity auction and probably spent $50 grand to get it. He invited me and Lynette (Carolla).

But then, I had to split early to GO TO ADDISON! I stayed at a Red Roof Inn across from the place and I remember very clearly two things: when your bed and your TV point the same direction, that's not a good sign. You want your TV at the end of your bed so you're staring at your feet. When you're doing the move when you're moving the TV and you're blocking the corridor from blocking the bathroom, and then you have to turn yourself on the bed, never a good sign. 

Then the second harbinger of doom is after the show, when you have your $6 bottle of Pinot Noir that's on your rider. You get to drown your sorrows in the wine as you watch chicks play high school basketball on ESPN3 after you're done signing all this stuff at 1am and they have some some basic cable thing. Your choice with the red wine is a black ceramic mug found in the bathroom or a cup made of cellophane that collapses under the weight when you hold it. 

From the villa to that place."
Mansfield, Pennsylvania
"I was playing a free show for students at the Mansfield, PA, college campus where it was snowing outside. We had some Domino's thick crust pizza that was cold. Since it was free, 41 people showed up in a place that held 400 all spread out and sat there. That's where I told the guy who was supposed to introduce me (who had three pages of Wikipedia on me) to just say something like, 'You know I'm from the Man Show and I have a podcast, here's Adam Carolla.'

When he went to introduce me, he was like, 'Our guest should be very familiar to you all.' So I then walked up from the green room on the wings of the stage and waited. Eighteen minutes later - after I told the guy to pare it way down - he was still going. Then he went on to say something like, 'He also had a successful TV show in 1999 called Love Line, and went on to syndicated radio.' 

I wanted to kill myself because everything he was talking about was something that happened at least 10 years ago. Now it's snowing and I'm in Mansfield and I can hear Mike August eating thick crust pizza in the background and I wanted to kill myself. . . [the hate] is more about that experience than the town."

Kirkland, Washington
"Seattle is always the best, and we ended up here after Mike August told me we were booked in Seattle. Then I found myself, at some point, walking around a nice little community called Kirkland, Wash., and I asked him, 'Is this Seattle?' and he's like, 'It's 28 miles away from Seattle, but I had to give you a name that you've heard of.'

The theatre wasn't the theatre. It was either a Papa John's or a Pizza Hut, but it was a place that wasn't formally built to do comedy. When you stood up on the 14-inch riser, your head lifted one of the drop ceiling cork boards. You could actually check the AC system up there. 

This is when I made the mistake of telling Mike August to book me wherever, whenever because I needed money because I was out of work. Not only did we agree to do two-to-three shows a night, I didn't know what I was doing. I didn't know you were supposed to have an opener or a middle. I was doing an hour and 45 minute shows on my own with no act.

The comedy is after doing it all on Saturday, Bean from Kevin & Bean called me and said Luke Burbanks is around Seattle and asked me to do his podcast. I sat down at his house for an hour and a half at 5:30 and drove back to Kirkland to do the three 110 minute shows.

Now the good thing was the club said we set the weekend record and that it will never be broken because we sold out six shows in two nights. But as close to Seattle as that was, it wasn't Seattle.

Kirkland is nice and they have flags for crossing the street, but doing that was about to kill me. The town is beautiful. The experience was not."

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<![CDATA[Things You Miss Most About High School]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/things-you-will-miss-most-about-high-school/samantha-dillinger
List of reasons why I miss high school--prom, football, lockers, writing notes to friends and the school cafeteria. We take all of these special things for granted when we are in school and we don't realize that they are some of the best things about high school. After you graduate, a lot changes and friends drift apart and move all over the country.

High school is a time when you are closest with your childhood friends and you still get to act like a child, but have fun like an adult (sort of..) Even if high school was a hard time and wasn't as cool as a typical high school movie, odds are that there are some things that you miss about high school. Vote for the things that you miss and add any bit of high school nostalgia that you can think of.   
Things You Miss Most About High School,

No Responsibilities!!

Having Friends You've Known Since You Were a Kid

Feeling Like You Can Be Anything When You Grow Up

Not Having to Work

After School Activities

Summer Break

Easily Being in Shape

No Bills
No rent, no utilities and no groceries
Always Having Someone to Hang Out With

Goofing Off During Class
Making fun of the teacher and talking to new classmates who would become friends

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<![CDATA[Teachers Reveal Their Most Disturbing Day at School]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/elementary-school-teachers-discuss-gross-students/alexfurlin
As all teachers know, dealing with students of any age is a complete gamble with your sanity. Elementary school kids are prone to immature outbursts and are harder to control, but middle and high school students are smart enough to actually plan out devastating pranks on each other. Plus, there are gross students at any age. While most classes have no problems, it's only a matter of time before a teacher stumbles upon The One Kid They'll Never Forget. The kid who does something so unpredictable, so disturbing, so enraging, that they'll take the experience with them for the rest of their lives. When teachers discuss students, the gory details come out, and these are those stories.
Teachers Reveal Their Most Disturbing Day at School,

Kid almost kills his 60-year-old teacher

"I was not in the class, but my friend was. What happened was that there was this old white teacher about 60 something years old. We'll call him Mr. M for this story. Mr. M told a student to be quiet because he kept interrupting the class and was wandering around the room constantly. The student kept talking back and Mr. M gave the student a warning that he was going to get a referral. The student then attacked the teacher by grabbing his tie, choking him.

Then the student started to hit the 60 year old teacher and slammed his head on the corner of the table. Some other lowlife waste of space student was recording and was edging him on. In the video you could see a couple students running outside the classroom. Minutes later, when Mr. M is unconscious the bastard is still beating on him. Finally, the hall monitor came and the student was taken into custody. Rumors went around the school that he did it on purpose to go back to juvy..."

Kids replace the vending machine's apple juice with urine
Credit to the evil geniuses behind this plan, because at least they had the smarts and proper planning to carry out what is admittedly a pretty advanced prank: buying a bottle of apple juice, filling it with urine, and then exploiting a glitch in the vending machine's machine code to get the bottle back up there.

The really gross part? Nobody bought the apple juice for a very long time, and their urine was just sitting there in the hallway, undetected, for weeks. But what goes up must come down, and a poor freshman was unlucky enough to purchase the bottle of pee, eventually leading to the students' arrest for intentionally poisoning water.

However, they were able to prove the urine was sterile and pointed to the fact that the freshman who drank it didn't even sick. That wasn't enough, however, and the two boys ended up in juvenile hall.
High school girls lie about being sexually harassed, ruin teacher's life

"A group of girls thought it would be funny if one of them claimed they were sexually abused. They voted on one girl to do it and her father was the woodworking + metalworks teacher. Well loved in school by all students. Kinda reminded everyone of santa cause he was large, had a white beard and was overall very jolly. She claimed he raped her and all the girls in the group backed up her claim (though I have no idea what evidence they had) this ruined his life at school and I remember all these rumours about where he was. The group of girls did brag about it apparently. I think eventually she confessed to it all being a lie. He came back to school but he was never the same."

Student poisons her unsuspecting teacher

"I was in middle school, a girl in my class slipped rat poison into the teachers' coffee when she was out of the room. The teacher was rushed to the hospital pretty quickly and lived but never came back to the school.

The girl was expelled after a few people in the class admitted to seeing her put the poison in (the ones that came forward were suspended for a long time for not telling anyone until after). I have no idea what happened to the girl who did it, she was only 12 so there probably wasn't much punishment. She was the quiet nerdy kid too, the last person you'd ever suspect to do something like that."

Kids blow up the groundskeeper's car
"My friends dad was the grounds keeper but everyone hated him because he always busted the younger kids for going out to lunch and handed out a lot of detentions. One night a couple of guys started his van on fire and it blew up. He wasn't that nice, but he was just doing his job. He lost a lot of personal items in the van (I heard from another teacher). He was so upset he quit, and their family didn't have much money as it was. It was horrible and my friend transferred schools because of it."

Mom pranks teacher with laxative brownies, teacher shares them with the whole class
In a case that would rank amongst the most immature parenting decisions of all time, a woman from Portland, ME, conspired with her daughter and her friends to bake a batch of brownies stuffed with laxatives in a scheme to prank her daughter's teacher. They crushed up Ex-Lax pills and stirred it into the mix, and once the brownies were done, they left it on their teacher's desk with a note saying "We made these cookies especially for you, hope you enjoy them."

That's when it all backfired. Being a generous, thoughtful person, the teacher shared the brownies with the entire class, unintentionally making anyone who ate a brownie incredibly sick. What's really disturbing to think about, though, is that if a single brownie contained enough laxatives to make someone sick, their intention was for the teacher to eat ALL of the brownies, which could have led to a serious medical emergency.

The mom responsible for the prank was sentenced to 50 hours of community service.
Kindergartener draws a really disturbing picture

"A little girl (kindergarten) drew a picture of herself then coloured the whole page red. When asked why she coloured everything in red the kid said, 'That's what I'm going to look like when I blow myself up.'"

High school student commits suicide by self-immolation

"A kid at my high school committed suicide by soaking his clothes in gasoline and lighting himself on fire right on the front steps of the school at 7am. The janitor had to clean up what was left before school started after they removed the body. He was noticeably disturbed for the rest of the year and you could still see the burn mark on the steps."

Student kicks teacher's pregnant stomach

"In my high school, this all happened in one year. My chemistry teacher was pregnant in her third trimester (I think, well she was pretty big and looked like she was going to pop). One day, that teacher and this b*tch of a student got into an argument because the student was caught being on her phone, but she kept on insisting that she didn't have her phone out. Everyone knew she was lying since we all saw it, but she kept saying how racist the teacher was because she kept picking on her, how the teacher wants her to fail, etc. The student started cussing and was slamming everything around so the teacher called the hall monitors to come escort the b*tch student out.

Before the hall monitors could come though, the b*tch student got up and kicked the teacher in the stomach. Everyone in the room just let a giant gasp and we were all stunned. I was in the front and was frozen in my seat for a couple seconds. The b*tch student then walked out like she owned the world and some students, including me, all ran to the teacher and tried to help her, but the hall monitor came and soon we were told to back away. We all got to go home early that day. The teacher had to be put on bed rest and the baby was fine when he was born. I don't think charges were ever made, but the student was kicked out of the school. Even the full-time douches in that class agreed that she went too far."

Heartless students mock their teacher for having a miscarriage

"The absolute worse [sic] thing I've heard was this story my teacher told me about a group of kids that bullied their teacher.
So this is what happened:
This teacher had a miscarriage/stillborn after being pregnant. Then, when she came back from that experience she found a baby with a noose around its neck on the desk. She left and never came back."

Amazingly, there's another, almost identical story:

"There was an extremely similar incident at my school. A teacher had a stillborn, and was very traumatized by the experience. When she finally came back after about a month, she got in an argument with a kid about some essay or homework or something. After school was over, he snuck back into her room put a picture of an aborted fetus on her desk and wrote "I'm glad your kid died" on the whiteboard.

When she saw it the next day, she ran out of the room crying and never came back. The kids friends ratted him out and he ended up getting suspended for a few weeks."

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<![CDATA[The Best Law Schools]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/best-law-schools
Best law schools in the U.S. Many of these top graduate institutions, including Yale University, Harvard University and Stanford University, are consistently ranked high in US News' annual law school college rankings. These U.S. law schools turn out some of the brightest lawyers in the country.

Which law school is truly the best? What is the best law school in the US? That's up to you to decide! Add your own list of the best law schools and then vote up your favorites.

Many of the law schools on this list, which goes beyond just the top twenty law schools, are on the East Coast, but some Midwestern, Southern and West Coast schools are also represented, in an attempt to present the fullest possible picture of US options for new law students. Most of these law schools are part of large, well-established institutions; some are private and some are public. Lots of these institutions are the most beautiful law schools as well. Chances are, you'll recognize a lot of these schools - but some might surprise you.

The fact that so many people in the US each year have decided to enter the field of law has been the subject of much controversy and debate. A popular course of action during any economic downturn is for a number of people to leave the job force and go back to school, hoping to "ride out" the employment freeze. The economy's slow recovery, however, means that this strategy may not work out so well. It led to a glut of new law school admissions, and thus new graduating lawyers entering a limited job market. (Between 2008 and 2009 alone, the number of new students taking the LSAT jumped by nearly 20,000.) A number of high profile law schools - including California's Hastings School of Law - have started to drastically cut back the number of students it will be admitting, by as much as 20%.

These factors make applying to the right school that will provide the most valuable, attractive degree more important than ever. Students still wishing to pursue a career in law must be sure to attend the most competitive schools, giving them a leg up against potential competitors for jobs down the line. Peruse this list for information on good law schools and top law universities in USA.
The Best Law Schools,

Columbia University

Cornell University

Harvard University

New York University

Stanford University

University of California, Berkeley

University of California, Los Angeles

University of Chicago Law School

University of Michigan Law School

Yale University

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<![CDATA[The Best Fictional Teachers]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/best-fictional-teachers
There are a bunch of movies that feature teachers prominently. In most movies, teachers are a nameless bunch who often times lurk in the background and don't play much of a role in shaping the plot line. The fictional teachers on this list are different. They play prominent roles in the movies they are in and their teaching and mentoring of the characters is an integral part of the movie. Whenever Robin Williams is sporting a thick beard, he is playing a serious role. Playing the parts of John Keating in Dead Poets Society and Sean Maguire in Good Will Hunting, Williams thrived as these characters and they are considered two of the best fictional teachers in movie.

Though he's not a teacher in the traditional sense, Mr. Miyagi proved to be one of the greatest mentors in movie history. He taught Daniel LaRusso (and later Julie Pierce) discipline and how to outsmart and outthink his opponents. On the opposite end of the spectrum is Dewey Finn, played by Jack Black in School of Rock. Not a teacher by trade, Finn taught his class of 10-year-olds life lessons and how to play rock music and by the end of the film, learned a thing or two about himself.

Vote for the teach you think is the best fictional teacher. If there is anyone missing from this list, feel free to add him or her.
The Best Fictional Teachers,

Professor Albus Dumbledore

Indiana Jones

Professor Minerva McGonagall

Obi-Wan Kenobi

Professor X


Mr. Kesuke Miyagi

John Keating

Sean Maguire

Economics Teacher

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