But I don't, and in case you have heard about this you might also want to hear the actual story. Jonathan Cohn has you covered:
When government, teachers, parents and the community working together, our schools improve.
“I was called really horrible, profane names very loudly in front of huge crowds of people, and my schoolwork suffered at one point,” Gaga told Nicholas Kristof in an interview for the New York Times. “I didn’t want to go to class. And I was a straight-A student, so there was a certain point in my high school years where I just couldn’t even focus on class because I was so embarrassed all the time. I was so ashamed of who I was.”