On Wednesday, students across the country got up from their classrooms during the National School Walkout, a movement intended to protest gun violence, as well as pay tribute to the victims of school related gun violence. Read about this topic and more in this week’s Ed News Round Up.
After nine days, the teacher’s strike in West Virginia finally came to a close on Tuesday when state lawmakers reached a deal to raise teacher salaries by 5 percent. But even though the walkout is over in West Virginia, a national movement may have just begun. Read about this topic and more in this week’s Ed News Round Up.
Happy Read Across America Day! Each year, in honor of the birthday of beloved children’s author and illustrator, Dr. Seuss, Read Across America Day is celebrated on or near March 2, and kicks off the beginning of National Reading Month. Read about this topic and more in this week’s Ed News Round Up.
It can be hard to talk with your students when terrible things occur, like following the recent tragedy in the Parkland, Florida community. But as a teacher, you have the power to empathize with your students about what they are feeling and try to help them cope with the uncertainty. Check out headlines that touch on this and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.