“We spend a lot of time together during the school year and they become a very important part of my life and I just couldn't picture getting married without them as a part of it,” Ashlyn (Houck) Kurtz says.
Tammy Waddell of Georgia wanted her funeral to help students in need — and people are inspired by her act of kindness.
The student used his cellphone to record a conversation about detentions with his middle school principal and assistant principal. When he told them he was recording, he fell afoul of the law.
Viktoria Popova was recently fired from her job at Russia's Omsk School No. 7 after her superiors found photos on Instagram of her posing in a swimsuit.
The school district says the seх ed presentation, which included controversial anti-abortion videos showing the procedure in detail, was "completely inappropriate."
A high school English teacher shared a Twitter thread of why he didn’t punish a tired teen for falling asleep in his class.
Salt Lake City teacher Sharon Moore dyed her hair after promising her students that she would if they improved their test scores.
A high school teacher in Missouri says he did not preview a movie before showing it to his class and did not know about a rape scene in the film.
An Indiana father says his son's Spanish teacher assigned reports covering Trump's "many lies" and treatment of Puerto Rico.
A Kansas art teacher is winning over students thanks to her drawings of celebrities, cartoon characters, and even Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The boy's mother sent her son to school with a recording device in his backpack after he became aggressive at home and wet the bed.
A high school principal in Sweden just banned homework and tests, in order to improve her student body's mental health. Research suggests she may be on to something.
Just weeks after a Pennsylvania school superintendent announced plans to equip classrooms with buckets of rocks, another state district is handing out bats to teachers.
Elementary school teacher ShaRee Castlebury finds creative ways to inspire her first-grade students and spark their love of learning.
As teachers in Oklahoma stage a walkout at the state capitol, broken chairs in their classrooms have become a symbol of the broken system they're battling to save.
Stacy Bailey, an art teacher in Texas, who was previously named “Teacher of the Year 2016,” was suspended with pay after the district received a complaint from a parent that she was discussing an LGBT topic in class.
Fed up with low pay and nearly meaningless salary bumps, an Arizona teacher posted her salary to Facebook alongside an exasperated message, according to multiple reports this week. Whispering Wind Academy teacher Elisabeth Milich wrote her pay was not a living wage. A picture of paperwork, apparently revealing her pay of $35,490 per year, showed her getting an additional $131 in pay the next year after taking developmental classes, according to Arizona newspaper The Republic. Milich has since deleted the photo.
"Allowing children to watch an innocent baby puppy scream because it is being fed to an animal — that is violence," said an angry parent who filed a police report in response to the reported incident.