Recent reports show teaching anti-racism and other related issues to grade school children is an unpopular concept among independents and moderate Democrats.
"They're teaching our kids that all white people are racist and there's nothing you can do about it," the Republican senator said.
"This is so historic. It's beyond life-changing," said director of food services for the San Luis Coastal Unified School District.
Educators could have their licenses suspended and schools could have their accreditation docked for not following the new rules.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker said, "We are setting a new standard for what it means to truly reckon with our history."
A recent New York Times op-ed misses the mark.
Maria Serrano, whose daughter is a high school sophomore, said that Chicago Public Schools should focus more on providing students with sexual education.
The U.S. Supreme Court is taking on the lawsuit filed by parents who want to send their children to Christian schools in Bangor and Waterville, Maine.
The scores from standardized tests taken during the pandemic reveal how far students have fallen behind in their curriculum which could require several years for them to catch up.
With this decision from the Supreme Court, we can all hope that our public schools will make the right choice and respect their students' free speech rights.
A school board meeting in Virginia turned into a protest, resulting in the arrest of two people and at least one minor injury after parents gathered to discuss critical race theory and transgender policies.
The teacher was placed on administrative leave following the incident.
"Schools in Florida are open, and we're saying thank you to our hard-working teachers in the classroom," the governor said.
If a bill passes in the state House of Representatives and gets signed by the governor, some public educational institutions could be required to prominently display the phrase.
On Thursday, parents in Fairfax County, Va., one of the country's largest school districts, got a disturbing email.
While the pandemic exacerbated educational inequities, it did not create them. Those urging us to "return to normal" would do well to recall just what "normal" meant for millions of students in the U.S.
"We shouldn't go back to the schools of March 2020—that's a low bar," Cardona said.
After months of false starts and conflict between teachers unions and public school districts across the country, parents from at least 15 New Jersey municipalities are organizing to file federal lawsuits to reopen schools.
"I'm as disappointed as I am unsurprised that last week, we all had to hear all the cynical, pearl-clutching, faux-urgency, ableist, structurally white-supremacist, hysteria," the teacher wrote on Facebook recently.
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Leaning on unsubstantiated COVID-related fears and exploiting a pandemic for personal and professional gain, teachers still refuse to return to classrooms despite, in some cases, cutting the line for a vaccine.
Unions are calling for teachers to be vaccinated, but Newsom is refusing to budge and pushing on with his plan to reopen schools.
Teachers were disappointed to learn Connecticut's education commissioner was tapped, citing his limited experience teaching in a classroom.
"We weren't consulted, and this is making us very uneasy about the health and safety of our students," said New York City teacher Jia Lee.
Homeless families demand that Mayor Bill de Blasio install Wi-Fi networks in homeless shelters housing school-age children before classes resume after the winter break.