It's great to see parents getting involved at school.

"If I break my neck helping you cheat, you better pass!" (via euronews)

The eastern Indian province of Bihar clearly has a lot of problems. Racked by poverty and failing schools, the government recently hit on a strategy to turn it all around: cash. Students from lower-caste families who get about half the questions right on their standardized tests receive a reward of 10,000 rupees ($160). And that's what led to this insanity right here:

Police who tried to disperse the parents were forced to retreat after being pelted by stones from the assembled crowd. Nothing was going to keep these people from getting those crib sheets to their kids.

Sources: The Telegraph