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How many teachers are paid in the US?

Over 25,000 Chicago teachers went on strike on October 17, forcing the cancellation of classes for over 361,000 students in the country's third largest school district. The strikes occurred after the Chicago Teachers Union had not negotiated an agreement with them about the district's pay and working conditions. Teachers are ready to strike until their demands are met, which stops …

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Hong Kong teachers gather in the thunderstorm at the beginning of the protest weekend

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Several thousand teachers and supporters of the Hong Kong school brave the storm on Saturday to start a weekend of anti-government protests, although police fear the tactic could be tightened to get activists off the streets to evict. Teachers protest against the extradition law during a rally by the Hong Kong Professional Teachers' Union in Hong …

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School teachers treat little kids like pacifiers: learn

Experts agree that reading for children is one of the best things parents and teachers can do to promote learning, especially when dealing with the story. However, researchers have found that many trainers do not ask enough questions – and those who do them underestimate the intelligence of the children. The study, published in the journal Early Childhood Research Quarterly, …

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Utah teachers attend drills to prepare for active shooters

At least 30 Utah teachers banded together for a series of training sessions in which they instructed them on using guns in response to an active-shooter situation. The training, held in a warehouse that looks like a school but also functions as a shooting range, showed teachers how to disarm a gunman, where to shoot on the body and how …

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Graduation speech: San Diego Valedictorian tears up San Ysidro staff and ceremoniously calls up "Alcoholism" teachers

A Valedictorian from San Diego High School, during her graduation speech last week, examined school staff and made their complaints against some faculty members in a very public manner. Her fiery remarks later became viral. Nataly Buhr, who attended San Ysidro High School, told CBS subsidiary KFMB-TV she wanted to draw attention to what she considered to be lack of …

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