Teachers nervous about returning to campus for school are creating wills in the event that they become infected with COVID-19 and die.
Educators are having emotional, candid and difficult conversations with their students about the death of George Floyd, racial inequity, police brutality and protests in the U.S.
A cool science experiment — using the easy-to-find home ingredients of pepper and dish soap — has gone viral in an effort to teach kids the importance of washing their hands.
Teachers at an Idaho elementary school tried a hygiene science experiment that they hoped would encourage kids to wash their hands and spread fewer germs.
Teachers are becoming "sugar babies" to supplement their educator salaries, instead of taking on extra jobs.
The boy's mom says her son, who has autism and an autoimmune disorder, was "disgusted" by his desk being placed in the bathroom.
"Setting our teachers on fire is only asking our students to burn along with them," Malorie Weber wrote in her resignation letter.
"The policies of the Trump administration have been hateful and I see the painful impact in my students," said "Teacher of the Year" Kelly Holstine of Minnesota.
"She was really well behaved," the professor says. "I think we all enjoyed having her energy."
The teen's guardian claims the incident began when the coach made a joke referencing the boy's late mother.
John Huffman, the superintendent of Sacramento, Calif.-based Victory Christian Schools apologized to parents after a teacher wore blackface for an African history lesson.
A substitute teacher reportedly did the crime to sabotage a child's birthday party hosted by her school principal.
The California science teacher, who was reportedly upset after a test went missing earlier in the week, was filmed cutting a student’s hair, prompting others to flee her classroom.
"There were 22 kids, and my first thought was just getting them on the bus and getting them out of there because the sky was really menacing," the bus driver said.
The eighth-grade history teacher refused to give 50 percent credit to students who didn't turn in any work.
Illinois has installed new alarms in schools that can be pulled in the event of an active shooter. A former police chief weighs in on the concept.
What started off as a passing joke between Julia Mooney and her husband became a real experiment when she "really started thinking about it a little bit more seriously." "It actually seemed like a good idea," she said.
The note says that each child in the class is allowed to leave the room to use the bathroom, see the nurse, or get water only twice in an entire month.
The assignment instructed students to examine a list of 12 people selected to fly on a spaceship to another planet to avoid the Earth's destruction and choose just eight to board the spacecraft.
“We spend a lot of time together during the school year and they become a very important part of my life and I just couldn't picture getting married without them as a part of it,” Ashlyn (Houck) Kurtz says.
The student used his cellphone to record a conversation about detentions with his middle school principal and assistant principal. When he told them he was recording, he fell afoul of the law.
The school district says the seх ed presentation, which included controversial anti-abortion videos showing the procedure in detail, was "completely inappropriate."
An Indiana father says his son's Spanish teacher assigned reports covering Trump's "many lies" and treatment of Puerto Rico.