The Department for Education’s list of postgraduate training bursaries for 2021 includes no arts subjects, perpetuating the lack of diversity within Britain’s creative industries.
A third grade teacher puts on a brave face for her students—and resents the system putting her health at risk.
Just yesterday, a teacher in Bengaluru got busted with 127 kgs of cannabis on him, claiming he had to sell it to sustain his family in the pandemic.
"It's just simply not safe for us to return into our buildings and classrooms right now."
Teachers are suing the governor, who is mandating in-person schooling as the pandemic tears through the state.
“Children cannot focus on schoolwork if their family members or teachers are in the hospital or dying,” said one kindergarten teacher.
“This is a place where many people believe the virus is a hoax or overblown. I have been told I’m weak and not a good Christian, that if I covered myself and my students in prayer, I would be fine.”
Many states are barrelling ahead to open classrooms without clear safety precautions in place. "First, they expect us to take a bullet for kids when there’s an active shooter, and now this," one educator told VICE.
Teachers and Democratic lawmakers are calling the education secretary's insistence and lack of a plan "dangerous" "malfeasance." Even some Republicans are pushing back.
Fighting climate change means focusing on vital work often done by women of color.
More than 16,000 Kids in Chicago Public Schools Are Homeless. Teachers Just Went on Strike to Help Them.
"They end up not coming to school because they fall through the cracks."
Medical professionals, charity workers and other experts share practical ways that universities should change to benefit student health.