Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.
West Chicago Teachers "Working To Terms" Until New Contract Is Reached Teachers for West Chicago Community High School are taking a job action short of a strike, for now, as they try to negotiate a contract with District 94.
Parents Gift Son's Teachers Wine Bottles With His Face On Them Since He's 'The Reason You Drink'Under the boy's picture was the message, "our child might be the reason you drink, so enjoy this bottle on us!"
Noble Charter School Staff Seek To UnionizeTeachers at the Noble Network of Charter School told their employer they intend to unionize at the city’s largest charter school network.
VIDEO: Suburban High School Teachers Tells Students Why They MatterA teacher at Glenbard South High School in Glen Ellyn challenged fellow teachers to a 'positivity challenge' by telling students why they matter.
Teachers Strike Looming In Prospect HeightsA strike would affect about 1,600 students in pre-K through 8th grade at four schools in the northwest suburb.
Urban Prep Teachers Claim They Were Fired For UnionizingSixteen teachers who claim they were fired from Urban Prep Academies charter schools for union activities staged a demonstration in the Loop on Friday, attempting to pressure the school to reverse their dismissals.
Drop In First-Time Teacher Licenses Has Indiana Facing ShortageIndiana is facing a big teacher shortage, reports WBBM’s Veronica Carter. There's been a 63 percent drop in the number of licenses being handed out to first time teachers in the last few years.
Critics Want Law Changed To Reduce Pension Boosts For Retiring TeachersCitizen advocates have called for changes in a state law allowing local school boards to use big pay raises to boost the pensions of retiring teachers.
1st Grade Teacher At Gillespie School Receives Golden Apple AwardGolden Apple Excellence in Teaching award winners are being announced this week, and among the first teacher on the city's South Side.
Confusion Continues Over Standardized Testing In ChicagoDespite state and federal pressure, Chicago is delaying new standardized tests for 90 percent of CPS. The question remains: Will the city and CPS stick to their guns?
Justice Department: Pregnant Teachers Illegally Fired At Scammon ElementaryPregnant teachers at a Northwest Side elementary school were fired in violation of the law when they announced their pregnancies, the U.S. Justice Department alleges in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.