Paul Thomas Anderson dropped out from the NYU’s film program because he handed in some of Pulitzer Prize winner David Mamet’s work as his own and got it graded a “C”.
10-year old Tilly Smith saved her family and 100 other tourists from the 2004 Asian tsunami, by recognizing signs of tsunamis she had learned in a geography lesson two weeks before.
Florida passed a law requiring toddlers in state-run schools to listen to classical music every day, and in 1998 the governor of Georgia budgeted $105,000 per year to provide every child born in Georgia with a tape or CD of classical music.
Four undocumented students from Carl Hayden Community High School in Phoenix, Arizona, beat MIT to win the national underwater robot championship in 2005.
There was a child prodigy who spoke his first words at 4 months and graduated college with a degree in Anthropology at 10 years old.
A high school in Tucson, Arizona had a Mexican American/ethnic studies program that graduated 93% of its students (vs. the 48% of Latinos graduating statewide) before it was banned for being un-American in 2010.
The more educated a woman is, the more likely she is to drink heavily and report drinking problems.