Martin Appelbaum, a Minnesota high school teacher was given a 5-day unpaid suspension for harassing a female student, taking her photo without permission and telling her, "Cute gym clothes."
A substitute teacher in Detroit has been hospitalized after a student viciously attacked her because she informed the administration he had brought drugs to school.
Atlanta Public Schools police are unable to charge the teacher, who had been with the district since 2012, due to insufficient evidence.
The principal of an elementary school in Memphis held a mock funeral to motivate teachers to work harder at raising students' grades, but several attendees found it offensive.
A substitute teacher reportedly did the crime to sabotage a child's birthday party hosted by her school principal.
The Mount Washington Police Department in Kentucky arrested special-education teacher Lindsey E. Lewis of the Phoenix School of Discovery for throwing a New Year's Eve party at which kids used alcohol and drugs.
The third-grade student shared the best part of her Lucky Charms cereal with her teacher — the only thing she had to give — just so she could present her teacher with a gift.
Teacher Amanda Varnum, who was fired from her job at Laurel Hill School in Florida, was accused of sitting on a student's lap and allowing a student to straddle her. She lost her job in March, and now she's lost her teaching certificate.
"I have to abandon the gift I was given — teaching others," said the art teacher, who allowed an 18-year-old student to take topless photos of a 17-year-old student, but school officials called the situation a "serious breach" of policy.
An unnamed teacher in Wisconsin allegedly said the N-word in a video shot by her students. The Kenosha Unified School District has placed her on paid leave during an investigation.
An Oregon substitute teacher has been dismissed from a high school for making "inappropriate" jokes about sexual abuse, harassment and suicide that hit close to home for students.
The California science teacher, who was reportedly upset after a test went missing earlier in the week, was filmed cutting a student’s hair, prompting others to flee her classroom.
A parent took issue with a comment allegedly made by a teacher at a high school in Wisconsin, and now the school has hired a private investigator to determine what happened.
As the older kids got the younger ones to settle down, the principal read them two stories through FaceTime.
According to the superintendent, the student's group had chosen heroes and villains to present the 15th Amendment, and the KKK costume signified the latter.
Jordan Halane was found unconscious in his classroom by another teacher and was rushed to a local hospital, where he later died. No student was present, and Halane's classroom was not directly accessible to students.
“Stay strong Mr. Riley. The community stands behind you,” one supporter wrote on the GoFundMe to raise funds for the music teacher.
The footage released shows the pair inching closer toward each other before throwing punches, as other students in the classroom film the incident on their phones.
This incident follows a handful of other scandals for the Grand Prairie school district in recent years.
#FreeShannon! Twitter supports this teacher for having to drink to deal with those kids.