Louisiana teachers recover from back-to-back hurricanes during the pandemic
As climate change fuels more intense rainfall, hurricanes and wildfires, the stress teachers and students experience will become more common. But most schools lack funding or capacity for adequate counseling services for students and staff.
Education lawsuit demands internet for New Mexico students
Lawyers representing New Mexico students say the state's attempts to provide internet access and learning devices to children are “woefully insufficient,” while a top education officials argues that progress has been made during the pandemic.
Teachers stage a sickout to protest policies they say are putting them at risk (subscription)
More than 500 teachers in Georgia, Texas and other cities around the country called in sick as part of a nationwide protest against standardized testing during the pandemic, along with other policies that educators say are putting them at risk as coronavirus cases rise.