An Indiana teacher started the school year off with a new rule for her first-grade students: Keep the words God, Jesus and the devil out of the classroom. But the unidentified teacher’s message, which was sent home to parents last week after a handful of her students were discussing religion at McCordsville Elementary School, triggered...
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- First-graders told not to talk about God in class
By Joshua Rhett Miller - Wednesday Aug 30, 2017
- Teacher gets job back after dragging kid from classroom by the ankles
By Tamar Lapin - Thursday Aug 3, 2017
A Rhode Island teacher axed for dragging a student 15 feet by the ankle was reinstated by a state panel — which reasoned that the act was not accompanied by “aggression.” In its July 17 determination — which overturned Tiverton Middle School’s ruling– the State Education Commission described Christopher Fielding’s actions as “inappropriate,” but having...
- ‘Teacher of the Year’ accused of improper relations with elementary school kids
By Fox News - Monday Jul 17, 2017
An award-winning San Antonio teacher facing allegations of misconduct and improper relations with elementary school students turned himself into authorities on Friday. Del Rio Elementary School teacher Isaac Aldaco, 34, was charged with indecency with a child and having an improper relationship with a student. He’s in Bexar County Jail with a bond set at...
- City Will Move Sidelined Teachers From Limbo to Classrooms
By KATE TAYLOR - Saturday Aug 19, 2017
New York pays more than 800 teachers without permanent jobs. Now it plans to put them into school vacancies, whether principals want them or not.
- A New Kind of Classroom: No Grades, No Failing, No Hurry
By KYLE SPENCER - Friday Aug 11, 2017
Mastery-based learning allows students to learn at their own pace.
- School district approves paddling misbehaving students
By Fox News - Thursday Jul 20, 2017
Officials at a Texas school district have approved a controversial new disciplinary practice on students: paddling. The Three Rivers Independent School board of trustees in South Texas approved the policy Tuesday, which would allow for paddles to be used as corporal punishment against misbehaving students. Corporal punishment is defined by the Texas Classroom Teachers Association...