Nearly 1,300 students and 400 staff members were not in school in the Wichita School District in Kansas on Monday after they were exposed to COVID-19.
Georgia Gov. Kemp proposed increasing state employee and teacher annual salaries after the state found itself on pace to collect $1 billion more than budgeted.
The Chicago Teachers Union and school officials are expected to make a deal soon after the union voted to return to remote teaching.
"It was a significant calculation mistake, and thankfully it was captured before the schedule was ever implemented," said the school district's superintendent.
Some teachers will receive $5,000 bonuses to stay, as record numbers quit the profession.
"I got tested I have covid so respectfully I will not be completing the assignment," wrote one student.
Our polarizing, paralyzing national feud over how and what we teach our children, could use a time-out for some personal perspective on our own educational experiences.
Many teachers are taking to social media with the hashtag #LoriLockout to express their opinions about the alleged restrictions.
"Last year I was on the front line of the COVID war...and now I'm on the front line of the culture war, and I don't want to be there," one teacher said.
Child psychology experts tell Newsweek that having schools open in the aftermath of traumatic events can provide critical stability for children.
Governor Tim Walz said schools have a "right to be concerned" about the Omicron variant after the state reported 6,780 new cases and 48 new deaths on Monday.
School staff with a high school diploma or GED can now serve as substitute teachers as the state faces a teacher staffing shortage.
"She gets a brand new pool and i'm [sic] debating if [I] can afford a small fries and a tea from [McDonald's] for lunch," the Redditor shared.
The CDC still recommends distancing and masks in schools, as well as teachers and eligible students getting vaccinated to prevent the spread of COVID.
A German research study examined different phases of the pandemic, coming to the determination that masks worn by adults helped prevent secondary cases.
The 8th grade teacher explained that she'd been left with a $1,100 fortnightly paycheck, despite her rent being $1,800 alone.
"Just understand when you hear 'equity' used that it's just an ability for people to smuggle in their ideology," DeSantis said Wednesday.
By March 1, a COVID vaccine will be required to work in health care, education or as a first responder in Poland, the country's Health Minister said Tuesday.
From farmer to dog walker, thousands of Redditors weighed in on their profession and how much they earn.
The teacher told students he would've pulled a smoke detector, according to one parent.
"I need you to get over here now because this teacher is about to get f***** up if she doesn't get the f*** away from me," the student tells her mother on the phone.
About a dozen states have put restrictions on how teachers can talk about issues like racism and sexism in their classrooms this year, causing confusion.
Teachers are frequently reminded during their careers to "meet the students where they are."
A new report sheds light on the harsh environment experienced by many people who work in education.
The school district began imposing a mask mandate for all students and staff at the end of September.
Governor Kevin Stitt said other districts should "do what's best for your students" and hire the teachers who are now without jobs.
Students allege that the teacher was upset by their concerns and decided to cancel the play rather than put it on with their suggested revisions.
More than 1 million stimulus payments will be sent out in California in the coming days.
The mothers say their sons were speaking Spanish in a school hallway when a teacher told them not to converse in the language.
The teacher compared the mandate to the way "Jews were required to wear this yellow Star of David on their clothing to identify them, to humiliate them."