"This is a big step in holding Monsanto accountable," the teachers' attorney, Rick Friedman, said in a statement.
Educators could have their licenses suspended and schools could have their accreditation docked for not following the new rules.
Oklahoma public school teachers can't cover specific concepts on race, including the idea that some people can be inherently racist or sexist, even unknowingly.
Florida's plan to use COVID-19 relief funding to provide $1,000 bonuses to nearly 180,000 educators could be at risk, after the Biden administration warned the proposal falls outside of the scope of how the money is supposed to be used.
The planned change went into effect on July 1, and would make it easier for college students to apply for federal grants that support teachers.
A student at a New Jersey prep school, responding to a teacher's resignation over the school's adoption of anti-racist policy and curricula, wrote in a letter that the school's teachings made him feel like "worthless scum undeserving of living."
Fed up with serving as "an afterschool child minding service," Marsden State School in Logan City, Queensland, Australia, is threatening to call police on parents who regularly fail to pick up their children on time.
Texas state lawmakers capped hours of debate over how to teach kids about slavery and U.S. subjugation of people of color by advancing a controversial bill that prohibits critical theory in public and open-enrollment charter schools.
According to court documents and media records, the injuries allegedly inflicted included broken teeth, bloodied toes, cut tails, and broken bones.
The AFT told Newsweek that it is awaiting vaccine authorization for kids under age 12 before mask requirements are lifted in schools. The CDC said school guidance remains unchanged despite new recommendations that fully vaccinated Americans can take off their masks in most indoor settings.
The nine-year-old underwent three weeks of treatment at a hospital, including seven surgical procedures, due to internal bleeding following the incident.
Two bills working their way through the Texas legislature will place limits on how schools teach issues around racism and sexism.
An anonymous "Black at King" Instagram account sparked a King School investigation and apology.
An elementary school teacher is calling attention to emergency preparedness kits for active shooter situations in America with a shocking supply kit for her classroom.
One week after a group of parents and students held a sit-in protest against remote learning at a local elementary school, a New Jersey judge ordered a partial return to brick-and-mortar classes on Tuesday.
President Biden said in a March 2 directive to all states that the aim is to have teachers, school staff and childcare workers administered with their first shot by the end of March.
Teachers and school staff members can anonymously detail incidents they feel were inappropriately dealt with or unfairly targeted Black students.
With Republicans hammering Biden over school reopenings, Tennessee will likely become the first state to pass such legislation, as the bill heads next to its GOP-controlled House.
Providing vaccine access to teachers has been a big sticking point between the state and unions in their ongoing negotiations to reopen schools.
The CDC released a clear road map for educators to safely reopen schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Biden has vowed to reopen all K-8 schools by April 30.
Several California teachers told Newsweek about their concerns about returning to the classroom without being vaccinated.
The Republican congressman was criticized for posting on Facebook a cartoon of a teacher lazing in the sun.
The theme has been removed and the school district is not planning any further action, according to a spokesperson for the school district.
Governor Phil Murphy said that teachers as well as other workers are eligible for the COVID vaccine in the new eligibility expansion.
The future of our economy depends on quality early childhood centers being open, and that can only happen if we deeply invest in retaining and recruiting qualified educators.
The former North Carolina preschool teacher said that the $250,000 won on a lottery scratch ticket would be used towards "having a future for my daughter."
Teachers were disappointed to learn Connecticut's education commissioner was tapped, citing his limited experience teaching in a classroom.
A total of around 51 million people will be eligible for the vaccine in the next round of inoculations, including 30 million frontline essential workers.
After Minnesota Republican legislative leaders suggested people working in the state capitol be considered essential and receive the COVID vaccine early, a Democratic state representative said other workers should be given priority.