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One of the largest teachers’ unions will defend educators who teach ‘honest history’

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As some states move toward banning critical race theory from public schools, the president of the second-largest teachers' union in the country has vowed to defend teachers against any backlash. "Mark my words: Our ...

Loudoun County teacher urges educators to oppose critical race theory: You’re teaching our future leaders

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"Parents, the longer that you wait and don't have your child's schools accountable, gives these guys more time to dictate what's best for your child's physical, mental, and emotional health," she said, pointing to th...

Thousands of students have dropped out of school due to Covid-19. These are the educators trying to track them down

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The first thing you need to know about dropping out of school is that it doesn't happen all at once. Educators say students don't just wake up one day and decide that's it, no more school. It happens slowly. They ge...

As one Virginia school district prepares to reopen, educators and families balance Covid precautions and normal instruction

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Rose Moore stands in front of a classroom, training a teacher about technology and safety for in-person learning. It's the 44th time the assistant principal at Holmes Middle School in Fairfax County, Virginia, has d...

Two educators in the same Georgia school district died within hours from Covid-19

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A school district in Georgia is mourning the loss of two educators who died within hours of each other from Covid-19. Dana Johnson and Cynthia Lindsey, employees in Cobb County Schools in metro Atlanta, both lost th...

Superintendents push to speed up vaccination of educators: ‘We could lose a whole generation of kids’

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Superintendents from Texas, Florida, Washington, North Carolina and other states are pushing for an organized plan to vaccinate the country's teachers and school staff more quickly, in order to allow schools to open...

Baltimore educators are tracking down students to fight low virtual attendance

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Every week, community school site specialist Evan Murray calls Baltimore students at his school who are not logging on for classes. "If someone is saying, 'Hey Mr. Murray, I can't get in touch with this student,' th...