When Colbert saw a wish list of hundreds of teachers from his home state, he delivered.

Stephen Colbert became a hero of political satire for fans all over the country. But his latest act of badassery has made him a hero to a bunch of kids.

Stephen Colbert is a badass.

His show, "The Colbert Report," ran strong for nine years, earning him a pile of awards, a multi-generational cult following and the chance to take over "The Late Show" when David Letterman retired in 2015. Like I said, he's a badass.

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What would it be like if the world treated star teachers the way we treat star athletes?

Thanks to a spot-on parody of "SportsCenter" by Comedy Central's "Key & Peele," now we know exactly what that world would look like. And it's awesome.

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to "TeachingCenter"!

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On Aug. 8, 2015, barber Courtney Holmes decided to take a different approach to his work for the day.

It was during his community's second annual Back to School Bash in Dubuque, Iowa's Comiskey Park, an event in which community partners and organizations help get kids and families off on the right feet for the upcoming school year.

Holmes, from the Spark Family Hair Salon, knew exactly how to contribute.

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Have you ever been moved to tears by the end of a book?

This lil' guy sure has. He's been making the rounds on the Internet lately because every time his mom finishes reading him a book, he's devastated. He absolutely falls apart. I mean every. single. time.

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