Having a child suddenly go missing is perhaps a parent's worst nightmare. The situation was made even worse for Windy Holm because it happened on the first day at school for her 5-year-old son, Teylor Kobernik.
"He was really excited to go," Holm told KPTV in Portland, Ore.
But an exciting day changed... Read More »
NEW ORLEANS -- A Louisiana judge ruled Wednesday that thousands of New Orleans school employees were wrongfully fired after Hurricane Katrina shut down the city and its schools in 2005.
Judge Ethel Simms Julien awarded more than $1 million to seven people who filed the class-action suit against the New Orleans... Read More »
A tiger bakes hundreds of humans in ovens. A boy chokes to death on hundreds of marbles. A SWAT team member kills hundreds of terrorists, murderers and arsonists, in just one week alone.
These aren't scenes from a surrealist art house film, but the plot lines of math problems, which a Washington, D.C.,... Read More »
This article originally appeared on Schools.com
By Kristin Marino
Perhaps more than any other profession, elementary school teachers hold the future in their hands. A career as an elementary school teacher could put you at the front lines in the pursuit and delivery of a quality education to every child... Read More »
Now that sales of pencils and notebooks are in full swing, kids everywhere are facing the inevitability of going back to school. Their teachers have already been prepping for the new academic year. Though envied for their months long "break" from work, the teaching profession involves some trade-offs. One of... Read More »