The school board had to warn parents multiple times to calm down throughout the entire meeting.
"Take their phone away. Take the video games away. Ground them. Make them get a job," the high school Spanish teacher said.
"Now I have seven days to fix a six-year mistake made by the payroll department," the high school employee said Friday.
"All you need is a little fridge and some snacks up there and you're set!" a TikToker commented.
"What we need to know are the specific reasons for the rejected titles along with specific citations," one teacher wrote.
Robyn Mejia's husband decided to buy the elementary school teacher the ticket after a tough week at work.
Each instance of paddling allegedly exceeded the legal limit of three strikes, as allowed by the school district.
"It's as though they've all plunged into some kind of madness," teacher Marina Dubrova said in an interview with The New York Times Saturday.
A teacher, dean and basketball coach at a Christian school has been locked up on multiple charges after allegedly coming on to multiple students.
The teachers explained the child had been talking about the live creature all day but had no idea he had it in his bag the whole time.
"I think they should get some more money, 'cause they be working extra hours for us, and all that stuff," a young Prince said of teachers in the archived video.
Teacher Alex Jean asked her students to share one thing they'd like to change about her and their answers didn't disappoint.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, around 600,000 teachers in public education quit between January 2020 and today.
"Not your kid, not your responsibility," one commenter said.
Target recently announced plans to pay upwards of $24 per hour to some hires while an experienced paramedic said they only make $18 per hour.
The woman has worked at the school for 21 years and has many family members currently in Ukraine.
All 133 of Virginia's public school superintendents wrote a letter asking that the tip line for parents to complain about teachers and principals be removed.
The walkout was triggered by a dispute over pay, class sizes and mental health support for students.
In the fall, nearly 75 percent of the nation's top 500 districts required masks in schools. This week, that figure has fallen more than 25 percent.
The school district's superintendent said the policy needed to be changed due to civil disobedience from students and their parents.
Eight in 10 superintendents say that navigating politically divisive conversations is the most challenging part of their job today.
Several current and former teachers told Newsweek that while teachers have long been overworked and underpaid, the pandemic exacerbated those issues.
"Most Teachers Are Good and We Appreciate Them," the flier read. "You Are Bad! Get Out and Leave!"
Jesse Sharkey's decision comes after the latest major dispute between the teachers' union and Chicago Public Schools, which resulted in a five-day standoff last month.
"This is a noble profession, but we're under-appreciated and underpaid. You deal with that on a daily basis and it's a hard pill to swallow," said one teacher.
"Pay teachers and staff the salaries they deserve," the Florida Education Association stated.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis threw his support behind the bill on Monday, saying it would be "entirely inappropriate" for teachers to discuss gender identity.
While some parents don't think the agreement went far enough, others are organizing to prevent the deal's guaranteed masking from being enforced.
Videos show thousands demanding better treatment from the government, which is trying to emerge from bankruptcy after Hurricane Maria and several earthquakes.