The Texas school district removed several cheerleaders from the squad for "vaping violations." Other schools across the country are struggling to stop teens from vaping.
Actress and activist Busy Philipps is helping secure school supplies for teachers across the country by posting to her nearly 2-million follower Instagram. "I feel a great deal of responsibility for trying to figure out ways to ease the burden on those around me," she says.
As crowdfunding becomes a popular way for teachers to get the missing classroom supplies they need, some districts are banning the practice altogether.
In interviews with Yahoo Lifestyle, more than a dozen teachers across the U.S. discussed how increasing demands of teaching have negatively affected their mental health — causing insomnia, depression, anxiety and panic attacks.
Teachers are becoming "sugar babies" to supplement their educator salaries, instead of taking on extra jobs.
Yahoo Lifestyle checked in with Weingarten about what appears to be a full-blown U.S. teacher crisis, pushing educators out of the field in record numbers.
While 16 percent of public school students are black, the teaching field remains overwhelmingly white. Black educators open up about the pressure this places on them each day.
A Yahoo Lifestyle survey of more than 50 former public-school teachers found anecdotal reports that high stress is fueling physical health problems in America’s educators — a theory researchers have been pushing for years.
A Trump administration plan could cause a ripple effect, eliminating free school lunches to 500,000 children in need.
Teachers spend hundreds — sometimes thousands — of dollars on supplies for their classrooms and students each year. "I wish we had more funding and support," says one.
Rachel Bardes spent 16 years teaching Spanish before low salaries and standardized tests made her walk away. “No one wants to be a teacher anymore,” she says.
The boy's mom says her son, who has autism and an autoimmune disorder, was "disgusted" by his desk being placed in the bathroom.
Sandy Hook Promise is reminding people of the anxiety that students face as they head back to the classroom after one of the deadliest years for school violence.
A Texas teacher and mom will not assign homework to her students to give the more quality time at home with their families. "I want to give them time to be a kid. Family time is what they need.”
The Texas school allegedly used duct-tape and permanent marker to color over white areas on children's shoes.
According to one member of a conservative political organization, the inclusion of slides on "white privilege" and "racism" is a sign that the "liberal left is running the school systems."
A Florida teacher and her now-husband decided to ask their wedding guests to donate school supplies instead of wedding gifts.
A superintendent in California is standing by his decision to allow a janitor to wear a mask and carry a fake gun around an elementary school's campus during an active shooter drill as, he believes, it made the drill more "realistic."
The 11-year-old girl's T-shirt didn't properly cover her backside, the school allegedly said.
The teacher reportedly called authorities and pulled out her gun when the other female driver left her vehicle and began walking toward her car.
An unidentified student claims that Deven Antani were shown a photo of the gun after filing a complaint with the school on his "inappropriate" behavior.
“I think it's easier for people to believe that I left teaching because of the lousy pay,” wrote Jessica Gentry. “Some would allow them to assume that. That ain't me. The filter comes off now.”
“I felt very bad because I don’t think this should be given, not only to my son, not to any kid, because every kid struggles in school,” said Desiree Perez.