As a result of her arrest, Sarah Jayne Duncan was fired from the school.
Institutes linked to the Chinese state are thought to still be active in eight U.S. states—though their potential reach could spread far further.
After protests erupt in Canada over gender identity teachings in schools, videos circulate as protesters and counterprotesters cross paths.
A massive nationwide march in Canada resulted in large gatherings and some arrests between protesters and counter-protesters.
"We're creating a patchwork of policies across the state depending on where you live," an LGBTQ+ advocate told Newsweek.
While Democratic governors are making bold moves to ensure students in our states have the tools they need to be successful in and outside of the classroom, our colleagues on the other side of the aisle are focused on divisive culture wars that do nothing to address the real problems our country is facing.
Epidemiologists "know transmission better than I do. And better than Ted Cruz does, too," said Education Secretary Miguel Cardona.
The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland's policy restricts LGBTQ+ identity and expression at 84 schools in Ohio.
No matter how often progressive educators claim to know what's best for our children, federal law—and the beating heart of every parent—know better.
There were two strangers standing in front of me; one man and one woman. "We're here to take you," they said.
"We saw a need to create a resource to teach grade school children how to respond to emergency situations of this nature," the booklet's author told Newsweek.
Melissa Tempel says she was retaliated against after she exercised her right under the First Amendment by tweeting and speaking with the media.
A schoolboard superintendent said the cameras will be installed for "safety" and to "highlight exemplary teachers."
America's school districts have a heavy lift—and some heavy costs—ahead of them when it comes to transitioning from aging bus fleets to electric vehicles
Real education reform requires lawmakers willing to represent the will of their constituents rather than entrenched interests.
Jessica Konen sued a California school district, saying her 11-year-old daughter was "socially transitioned" without her permission.
"He just understands math really well in his head," the 6-year-old's dad told Newsweek. "So, he figured that was his work."
Janet Roberson says critics launched a campaign to have her fired after she spoke out at a school board meeting in Benicia, California.
Not all parents across the country agree with the NEA president's notions of freedom, reproductive rights and other cultural and economic issues.
Melissa Tempel intends to file a First Amendment lawsuit after she was fired from her job at Heyer Elementary School in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
The teacher had used a social account under a different name since September, posting numerous things users deemed "racist."
A lesson featuring the animated likeness of the famous abolitionist has attracted criticism over its "ahistorical" portrayal of his views.
"What stupidity these people are engaging in to advance their irrational hatred," one commenter said.
We must continue to advance civil rights, social justice, and economic inclusion for Black Americans.
The lawsuit argues the Missouri school district violated a former student's rights by barring her from using the bathroom that matched her gender identity.
Greg Gutfeld defended Florida's controversial slavery curriculum by saying usefulness "kept you alive" during the Holocaust.