The petition has received more than 260 signatures so far asking faculty and staff to consider taking action against professor Michael Jabara Carley.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, around 600,000 teachers in public education quit between January 2020 and today.
A spokesperson at the school where the alleged incident took place said "the allegations in the complaint are deeply concerning."
Children could begin to stop wearing masks in the classroom beginning April 4.
Monday's incident comes as Sweden's gun violence rate has risen duel largely to increased gang activity.
Sri Lanka is experiencing one of the worst recessions in the country since 1948, when it became independent.
In addition to financing improvements in campus security, the grant funding will provide mental health resources.
A Virginia school board continues to push back against a ruling that its new admissions policy, which isn't merit-based, discriminates against Asian Americans.
Yale announced it would stop accepting donations from the family last year, and currently has two empty faculty chairs named after the Sacklers.
In connection to the investigation, one student has also been charged with possession of a handgun.
"We had no choice but to listen. Girly if u see this sorry we tried to warn u but u made class entertaining for sure!" the TikToker said.
Police searched the family's home and said they found "deplorable living conditions" in which cocaine and drug paraphernalia were allegedly out in the open.
"We have become aware of recent incidents involving students using racially insensitive language and offensive imagery," said a Chatham County Superintendent.
A Kansas school district is being sued by a teacher who says her religious beliefs are violated with the new pronoun and student preferred name policies.
The mask mandate in schools in New York City was lifted on Monday, but not every school district is on board.
A sign telling high school students that if their parents aren't accepting of their identity, "I'm Your Mom Now," has angered parents in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
The walkout was triggered by a dispute over pay, class sizes and mental health support for students.
Chicago Public Schools CEO Pedro Martinez said that the move would encourage families to make their own decisions regarding COVID-19 protocols.
The books under scrutiny largely focus on topics like sexual orientation, race and gender identity.
The university declined an offer from the community group that sued to freeze its enrollment class size that would have allowed up to 1,000 new students.
The student suspect is still hospitalized after reportedly being shot by police officers.
"We want to support our duly elected officials but we feel we are losing our voice," said an Oregonians for Liberty in Education representative about SB 1521.