On August 19, Kerry Washington opened the DNC by mentioning that she studied the Constitution in eighth grade and memorized its preamble. That was my class—I was the teacher Kerry had mentioned.
Teachers unions across the country are cynically manipulating the virus and hindering children's education.
Average daily new cases in Texas rose on a sharper incline from around mid-June to mid-July, before seeing a few dips in recent weeks.
"The NEA will absolutely support any affiliate that chooses to strike in response to unsafe learning and teaching conditions," a National Education Association spokesperson wrote.
The teachers drove past Gov. Bill Lee's home as fears continue that some schools are returning to classrooms too early.
A majority of K-12 teachers said they prefer to work remotely even after pandemic restrictions are lifted.
The president has been vocal in his desire for schools to get back to full operation with in-person teaching, though unions have questioned the safety amid a COVID-19 surge.
The American Federation of Teachers identified a need to expand classroom capacities by 47 percent to facilitate social distancing.
A new policy tracker tool launched by Johns Hopkins University shows whether state plans for reopening schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic address 12 distinct categories.
The president has vowed to apply pressure to get schools to open in the fall, despite concerns being raised amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The president of the National Education Association also called the education secretary "unqualified" for the position.
As schools across the country are closed, Google thanks the teachers and childcare workers looking out for their students.
The op-ed was written on behalf of 64 teachers who said the current pandemic calls for the closing of the city's schools.
Six Alabama teachers have been suspended after group chats leaked in which they called students racial slurs and speculated on their sex lives.
Former teacher Thomas Guzzi Jr. was sentenced to 17 years Friday, after earlier admitting to secretly filming children in a summer camp bathroom and using the footage to make a pornographic "music video."
Kentucky special education teacher Matthew Hubbard was arrested in the parking lot of Evarts Elementary School, where he works, for alcohol intoxication in a public place. But he's not the only teacher who has experienced public outbursts in recent weeks.
According to UNESCO estimates, more than 69 million primary and secondary education teachers must be recruited by 2030.
An investigation was launched after pupils and parents were offended by the teacher's message.
Vyrone Finney, of Akron East High School, admitted to striking the 15-year-old after the latter called him "a lazy a** b****."
Officials insist there is no "credible" evidence tying the school's location to the illnesses.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten said it was "the height of hypocrisy" for DeVos to criticize teachers.
"If I have an aggressive kid in my class and he gets a hold of my gun, what then?" asked one teacher.
"What [senators] voted for yesterday is to introduce guns into the everyday reality of school. It's going to increase the risk of gunfire and casualty in schools, not decrease it," Fred Guttenberg told Newsweek.
"Say it with me, and be loud for the folks in the back row: The American public does NOT approve of arming teachers," said a pollster and former teacher.
The pair bullied the 14-year-old by saying one classmate was his boyfriend.
"I'm very concerned about the carry and storage of these weapons. And we think that's one of the reasons why we think this legislation is worrisome."
The collage included the words "ha ha" alongside two nooses and a smiley face.
From air traffic controllers to teachers, public workers with the informal power not to work are becoming a new force in American politics.