Tasha Henderson, right, and her daughter, Coretha, left, pose for a photo outside their home in Edmond, Okla., today, with the sign Coretha was forced to hold for an hour at a busy intersection. The 14-year-old freshman already has been forced by her parents to give up basketball and track because of slipping grades, and said she hopes to improve in school so she can play next year. You write the cutline.
1. If Nobel only knew. There'd be a prize for parenting too!! -- Dave Tolle.
2. Tasha Henderson is named 2005 Mother of the Year for the rare act of being a responsible parent. Fast Forward: Her daugher Coretha, grows up to be an incredible, productive member of society and recalls this life lesson when thanking her mother during her Nobel-Pulitzer-Presidential Inauguration speech -- Jane Q. Citizen.
3. The new rage in education, Un-vocational training. Find out more at the Un-VoTech school at a street corner near you -- Kale.
HM: Lesley Presley
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