A dangling modifier is an error in sentence structure whereby a grammatical modifier is associated with a word other than the one intended.
Turning the corner, a handsome school building appeared.
At the age of eight, my family finally bought a dog
After years of being lost under a pile of dust, the old scholar found the old records of the town fathers.
One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got into my pajamas I'll never know. –Groucho Marx
As a former university admissions recruiter and a Mexican-American who is a first generation college graduate, the emphasis on education in the Hispanic culture is of certain interest to me.