The school district accused of covering up horrific sexual abuse at one of their schools released a lengthy statement Wednesday denying that the school board knew the details of the case.
Until public schools recognize and address the reasons students and staff are taking flight, they won’t be able to recover their losses.
Creating a "separate but not equal" education system.
Using submitted saliva samples, students can be tested weekly before symptoms present
The 'slap a teacher' TikTok challenge is being condemned by the social media platform and school districts across the nation.
Charter school industry lobbyists, who appear to have lost a fight in the U.S. House of Representatives over an appropriations bill that cuts federal funding to charter schools operated by for-profit businesses, are rolling out a campaign to defend their taxpayer revenues in the U.S. Senate, but federal lawmakers may wish to consider new evidence of how for-profit charter enterprises introduce potential harms into public education.
Carly Dear, 46, first met the girl and became 'attached', telling her she 'loved her' and 'missed her so much' between terms when she taught at Maidstone Grammar School for Girls, Kent.
A special education teacher at Annapolis High School was arrested Friday and charged with sex offenses after allegedly having inappropriate sexual contact with a former student, Anne Arundel County police said.
The Kansas City, Kansas School Board voted 6-1 Tuesday evening to require teachers, staff and on-site volunteers to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or undergo weekly testing by Dec. 3, 2021.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell on Saturday told Attorney General Merrick Garland that parents "absolutely should be telling" local schools what to teach amid a debate over mask and vaccine mandates, the role of racial equity education and transgender rights in schools that has become a flash point ahead of the 2022 midterms.
TIKTOK trend inspired students to steal toilets. Now, they're slapping teachers?
The Connecticut attorney general is calling for "serious review and reform" at TikTok after challenges on the app inspire vandalism and violence.