Frustrated educators "always believed we could shock the world" by ousting Gov. Matt Bevin. But "it was still kind of shocking when we did it."
Our school is the last hope in this city for teenagers who want to get a diploma and find their way out of poverty and abuse.
The “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” star opened up about her policy on Halloween candy.
The 2020 presidential candidate is dismissing reports that questioned her firing from her first teaching job because she was six months pregnant.
Peter Vlaming, who taught French at West Point High School, said he “could not violate his conscience” by using pronouns aligning with the student's gender identity.
English teacher Staci Lamb transformed the drab space into something positively spellbinding.
The incident raises serious concerns that concealed guns intended to protect students could kill them.
When a teen accused a teacher of statutory rape, Brentwood School used mandatory arbitration to silence his civil lawsuit.
Battered by budget cuts and pension changes, some Kentucky educators hope to change the system from within.
A San Francisco elementary school teacher fighting breast cancer must pay for her replacement while on sick leave — all because of a 1970s state law.
The median annual salary for a child care worker in 2018 was just $23,240.
A teacher at a Dallas high school, where 99 percent of the students are nonwhite, allegedly belongs to the white nationalist group Identity Evropa.
The Democratic presidential candidate sees the proposal as a critical investment in the future of American children.
The California Democrat has yet to roll out specifics.
It’s a good lesson for striking teachers, activists at Google and participants in the Women’s March.
Union leaders say a state Senate plan to create charter schools is retaliation for last year's groundbreaking walkout.
“I hate knowing she is using my words to further push her agenda," says educator Jed Dearybury.
"The system is messed up."
The Tennessee father of two committed a "pretty despicable crime," the judge said.
"We saw wins up and down the ballot, and we are on fire," the head of the National Education Association said of the midterms.