Meghan Trainor Issues Apology for Insulting Comment about Teachers
Meghan Trainor faced criticism from teachers after making an insulting comment about educators in a podcast episode.
Amusingly Relatable Statements for Teachers to Brighten Your Weekend
Dive into our compilation of amusingly relatable teacher statements to bring some cheer to your weekend. These clever and entertaining remarks capture the essence of life in the classroom, offering a lighthearted glimpse into the world of education.
Portugal: Teachers Have Begun A National Indefinite Strike
The teachers want many changes, such as a more open process for hiring, better working conditions, and more pay. Teachers in Portugal have lost 20% of their buying power since 2009, according to the union that is behind the strike.
Hungary: Students Join Teachers In Protest Over Low Pay
The students were showing their support for the teachers, who had been fired for revolting over their poor salary and years of neglect by the government. Teachers in Hungary are paid the least in the European Union, with even cashiers earning more.
Hungary: Educators Have Submitted A Petition Calling For Immediate Reforms
The Hungarian teachers’ unions have sent a petition to the Ministry of Interior Affairs in Budapest, requesting that the Hungarian government immediately make necessary changes to the school system and increase the pay of teachers.
Hungary: Teachers Go On Strike Again, Low Salary And Inflation Continues
On Friday, Hungarian teachers, students, and parents intensified their demonstration, demanding greater pay and education reforms, by building a human chain that was 10 kilometers (six miles) long in the center of Budapest. Additionally, smaller protests were conducted around the nation.
Latvia: Nearly 20,000 Teachers Confirm Plans To Protest
The Public Relations Department of the Latvian Education and Science Employees’ Union (LIZDA) informed the agency LETA that nearly 20,000 teachers have applied to participate in the open-ended teachers’ strike, but the registration of applications is still ongoing.
Wawa Is Providing Coffee To Teachers During The Month Of September
Wawa is offering free coffee of any size to teachers and school administrators during the month of September as part of its “Cheers to the Classrooms” program. The convenience store has stated that all of its locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, and Virginia would provide the item free of…
California: Due To The High Cost Of Living, One School District Is Requesting Permission To Have Teachers Move In With Students’ Families
Home affordability in the Golden State has fallen to a 15-year low as home prices and rents soar. Milpitas, a city at the southernmost point of the San Francisco Bay, has become so expensive to live in that many teachers can no longer afford to live there.
Findings Show That Over 70% Of Teachers In Los Angeles Have Pondered Leaving The Profession
A recent survey reveals that a growing number of California teachers are abandoning the profession due to the high cost of living, rising rents, and excessive workload. In addition to the new school year commencing throughout the United States, teacher shortages have been a problem due to state-imposed testing and performance goals, school privatization, and…