Teachers

Read: Issaquah School District to Pay $4.25M in Teacher Sexual Abuse Settlement

Issaquah School District to Pay $4.25M in Teacher Sexual Abuse Settlement

Former drama teacher Richard Buckley served six years in prison after being convicted of first-degree child molestation in 2003.

Read: Police: Grove Park Elementary Teacher Solicited Sex with 2-Year-Old

Police: Grove Park Elementary Teacher Solicited Sex with 2-Year-Old

Xavier Donte Alexander, a fourth-grade teacher at Grove Park Elementary School, also traveled to meet the minor, according to investigators.

Read: Northridge Hospital Violated Rules By Vaccinating Teachers

Northridge Hospital Violated Rules By Vaccinating Teachers

In all, 164 teachers and other staff at 14 schools and daycares in Los Angeles County received the first dose of the vaccine.

Read: CA, NJ and KY Lawsuits Seek to Force Resumption of In-Person Classes

CA, NJ and KY Lawsuits Seek to Force Resumption of In-Person Classes

Governments, districts and teachers unions are under pressure by parents and politicians to end distance learning and bring students back to campus.

Read: Thousands of Chicago Teachers Refuse Return to In-Person Learning

Thousands of Chicago Teachers Refuse Return to In-Person Learning

In protest, teachers at one school set up makeshift workspaces in a courtyard to teach virtual classes in below-freezing temperatures.

Read: Over 600 Texas Teachers Report COVID-19 Violations at Schools

Over 600 Texas Teachers Report COVID-19 Violations at Schools

In a survey distributed by the Texas State Teachers Association, more than 650 educators in 135 districts reported over 3,700 safety violations.

Read: Arizona School Hired Teacher Accused of Sexual Misconduct in W.V.

Arizona School Hired Teacher Accused of Sexual Misconduct in W.V.

The accused admitted to engaging in an “emotional relationship” with a student while working as a high school assistant principal.

Read: Florida Guardian Program Doesn’t Track How Many Teachers Volunteered to Be Armed

Florida Guardian Program Doesn’t Track How Many Teachers Volunteered to Be Armed

The state of Florida does not track how many of participants of its Guardian Program are teachers who have elected to carry a gun on campus.

Read: Student Prank Nearly Kills Columbus Middle School Teacher

Student Prank Nearly Kills Columbus Middle School Teacher

Three students smeared bananas on a door and threw them at their art teacher, who they knew was deathly allergic to the fruit.

Read: 2 N.C. School Districts Do Not Fingerprint During Background Checks

2 N.C. School Districts Do Not Fingerprint During Background Checks

Union County Public Schools and Cabarrus County Schools said there is no mandatory policy on fingerprinting their employees.

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