Former First Lady Michelle Obama on Friday lambasted what she saw as a surplus of “bad behavior” currently being “modeled in public life” that makes the job of educators more difficult.
Experts warned the House Committee on Education and the Workforce Tuesday about threats to the privacy rights of children posed by a proposed expansion of government data sharing as applied to education policies.
A Michigan public high school mathematics teacher challenged the ban on students wearing hats and hoodies in the classroom as a “microaggression,” in an article for an “enlightened masculinity” blog.
An English language-arts teacher in Louisiana’s Vermilion Parish School District was removed from a school board meeting and handcuffed Monday night after asking questions about administrator pay, video of the event shows.
Teachers in Washington, D.C. public schools are decrying new policies that lower academic standards, including one that requires a passing grade even for students who fail three out of four quarters.
A new study from the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL) casts doubt on the success of an Obama-era guidance meant to reduce racial disparity in school suspensions, arguing that it did not always reduce racial disparity, confused causes of suspensions, and may not be in the best interest of teachers.
Melania Trump responded Friday to a Massachusetts elementary school librarian who rejected a collection of 10 Dr. Seuss books that the first lady sent to her school as a gift.
A Cambridge, Mass. elementary school librarian wrote in a blog post on Tuesday that she would not be keeping a collection of books that First Lady Melania Trump donated to her school.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Friday officially rescinded the Obama-era “Dear Colleague” letter advising universities on how to respond to carry out sexual assault investigations.