After 12 years as principal of Clintondale High School, Greg Green had a bad feeling: He knew his school was failing its students.

Especially the at-risk ones. Only 63% of the kids at Clintondale went on to college, and 35% didn't even make it though high school. It was rated as one of the worst schools in Michigan.

He and his staff had tried everything they could with the school's limited resources. Nothing worked.

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Let's dig in to some truly eyebrow-raising theories about aliens.

If there are so many planets, where the heck is everyone?

If there are so many planets, where the heck is everyone?

A video from Kurzgesagt digs into some truly eyebrow-raising questions about aliens. It starts with what physicists Enrico Fermi and Michael H. Hart got to wondering about. It's called the Fermi paradox, and it goes like this:

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Half-child, half-teen: They're trying to figure out what being popular means.

It's this thing they think they're supposed to be caring about.

There's a lot on a tween's mind.

All the drama of a teenager, but still in bed every night with their favorite stuffed bunny. And just when they think they know where they fit in the world as children — that world is ending.

The first question is who are they gonna decide to be?

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A stirring video parody that shows why anyone would ever want to become a teacher.

More than a little like going to war. And just as important.

As four people suit up and get ready to head out, it's obvious they're on a mission.

This video from TakePart is a lot like one of those pulse-pounding military recruiting commercials. Y'know, the kind that call people to an exciting life of danger, difficulty, and in the end, sweet victory. Hmmm, that does kinda sound like teaching.

The music swells. Anticipation builds.

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