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This Teacher Was Suspended for Discussing Her Sexual Orientation in Class
Her attorney said that she just referred to her wife in front of students.
This Lawmaker Is Against Arming Teachers Because They’re ‘Ladies’
“We don’t need to have a lady teacher in a school that’s got a firearm.”
The Uprising of Women in Red States Is Just Beginning
From the teachers’ strikes in West Virginia to Oklahoma and beyond, working-class women have always known what it takes to fight back.
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This Is How Teachers Want to Be Armed
According to the new social-media movement among educators, “#ArmMeWith.”
What It’s Like Being a Teacher During a School Shooting
Two Sandy Hook teachers look back on how they survived, and what came after.
These Are the Heroes of the Florida School Shooting
The teachers, janitors, and coaches who saved students during the Wednesday shooting.
Texas Middle-School Teachers Give Girl ‘Most Likely to Become a Terrorist’ Award
Only one day after the Manchester terrorist attack.
The History Teacher Who Sings About the Election With His Students
“I grabbed a guitar from the music room, put the lyrics on the board, and we began by singing ‘This Land Is Your Land.’ “
Bias Against Black Kids Starts With Preschool Teachers
The findings of a new study show how deeply rooted racism may be.
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A Teen Filmed His Teacher’s Reaction to Prince’s Death and It’s So Sad
Do teens know who Prince is?
Taylor Swift Opens a $4 Million Education Center
What will be taught at the School of Swift?
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Teachers and Mothers: Our Real Heroes After Tragedy
In the wake of Newtown, simply nurturing children still doesn’t earn the wealth, privilege, or respect it deserves.