A bill that would restrict New Hampshire teachers from discussing topics like racism is drawing strong opposition from educators. Meagan Tuttle, the president of the National Education Association in New Hampshire, is very concerned about the proposal. “We learn the past so we don’t repeat it in the future. That’s being stifled here,” Tuttle said. The bill’s stated purpose...
‘This Is What Really Scares Me': Surging Covid Cases in Kids Drove U.S. Teachers Union Decision to Support Vaccine Mandates
A surge of Covid cases in kids led the nation’s second-largest teachers union to back vaccine mandates for educators as schools prepare to reopen this fall.
Days after Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo announced that school will be delayed a couple more weeks, the state’s largest teacher’s union is calling for a remote start to the school year. Raimondo announced Wednesday that schools will start Sept. 14. instead of the end of the month, as previously planned, to give administrators and families more time to...