One student was expelled and three others were suspended after they began circulating the petition as an alleged joke.
"We don't value teachers in this country, simple as that," a commenter remarked about the teaching profession.
After extending a temporary mask mandate through the school year, the Oregon Health Authority on Monday said its indoor mask requirement would end no later than March 31.
While some parents don't think the agreement went far enough, others are organizing to prevent the deal's guaranteed masking from being enforced.
A parent's complaint about a school's social justice challenge follows concerns from other parents about the "secrecy" behind other inappropriate content.
Autherine Lucy Foster's name will be added to Graves Hall, the Board of Trustees voted 66 years after she enrolled at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
The bill is heading to Governor Brad Little's desk on Thursday after passing in the state Senate in a 32-3 vote.
Foreign language teachers are one of the hardest positions for schools to fill. The Camden City School District aims to fill these roles by recruiting abroad.
"In the eyes of many around our city, and our country, we succeeded," Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey wrote in a statement on Wednesday.
The FBI said that the threats were instances of "racially or ethnically motivated violent extremism and hate crimes."
Ohio State, one of the schools in question, had seven instances of assault reported last month.
The new rules will require attendees to drink water outside and will be enforced by event staff and law enforcement.
This wave of bomb threats came only a day after six other threats were made against HBCUs across the U.S.
As of Monday afternoon, only one of the six targeted schools was cleared of danger, with the others remaining under lockdown.
Over 400 students were disenrolled from several Virginia colleges prior to the fall semester for not complying with the vaccine mandates for students.
While Central Michigan University was testing new technology, the students received a message that they had won the prestigious Centralis Scholars Award.
"We maintain a posture of neglect when post-secondary education is out of reach for students and their families. This is un-American," Miguel Cardona said.
"I just wanted people to remember how far compassion goes, in motivating and uplifting people," the teacher said.
Barry Mehler was suspended with pay earlier this month following a 14-minute video where he called students "vectors of disease."
A Michigan university is making amends to nearly five dozen students who thought they were selected as part of a prestigious scholarship award.
"This polling shows the virus is our enemy, not each other. Parents are saying teachers are heroes for their efforts," said AFT President Randi Weingarten.
"There was no book that I read that brought me to who I am," state Senator Shevirn Jones, the first openly gay Black person elected to the legislature, said.