Arizona Teacher And Husband Lose Jobs, Caught Recording OnlyFans Content In The Classroom
A science teacher at a middle school said that due to the low compensation, she was forced to create a private account on OnlyFans in order to supplement her income. The students then found out about her involvement in this.
Arizona: An Unclear Future For Mental Health Resources In School Districts
There are not enough mental health specialists in the state of Arizona. In fact, the student-to-counselor ratio in this state is the lowest in the nation. The problem is being dealt with in part by more money from the government, but this money may run out soon.
Arizona Will Allow Those Without A College Degree To Start Training To Become A Teacher
This week, Governor Doug Ducey signed a measure into law that reduces the prerequisite for entering the teaching profession in the state’s public schools to just being enrolled in a college degree program.
Arizona: The Largest School Voucher Plan Has Been Approved, Faces Challenges
Governor Doug Ducey approved a significant expansion of the state’s voucher system on Thursday, despite a planned attempt by public school supporters to delay the measure and urge voters in November to erase it.
Arizona: Legislators Look To Spend $50 Million On Putting Police Officers On School Grounds
State legislators in Arizona are working on a new budget that will strengthen school safety in the wake of the horrific shooting that claimed the lives of 19 students and two teachers in Uvalde, TX.
One Of The Youngest Spelling Bee Finalist: Arizona’s Aliyah Alpert
In the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday, sixth-grader Aliyah Alpert from Prescott, Arizona, tied for ninth.
Teachers Assert That Salary Disparities Are To Blame For The Arizona Teacher Exodus
Jon Knapp, a middle school teacher in Peoria, tells ABC15 that he has turned in his resignation since his average pay of $40,000 a year is not sustainable.
As Of Right Now, As Many As 20,000 Teachers In Arizona Are Eligible To Retire. There Aren’t 20,000 Replacements On Hand.
The Arizona School Personnel Administrators Association conducted a biennial study, and it found that many instructors are using long-term replacements, merging classrooms, and putting additional work on those who are still employed. If a large number of instructors retire, this will only become worse.
Arizona Summer Camp aims to help kids with learning loss across the community
Ducey’s $100 million AZOnTrack summer camp is still open to pupils who have been unable to attend school for two years because of the pandemic.
Arizona: Teachers Can Be Sued For “Usurping” Parents Right Under Proposed Bill
The state Senate on Monday approved a measure allowing parents to sue teachers in Arizona for “usurping the fundamental right” of a parent to raise their children. The bill now goes to Gov. Doug Ducey’s desk for his signature.