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INDIANAPOLIS — Right now, in Indiana alone, there are more than 2,000 teaching positions open. A local nonprofit here in Indianapolis is helping to fill the gap. The 3000 block of North Meridian is where future educators are getting their start through a new apprenticeship program through Family Development Services. It gives them the opportunity […]

As part of the #GSLoveTeachers campaign, the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana want to show how much they care for educators and support staff in all 45 central Indiana counties.

INDIANAPOLIS — Three days into Indiana’s legislative session, education is one of the top issues lawmakers are tackling. That’s welcome news for the thousands of teachers from across Indiana who rallied at the Statehouse less than two months ago. Ben Yoder was one of the more prominent teachers at November’s Red For Ed rally at […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Most teachers say they have witnessed a student physically assault a teacher or school staffer, according to teacher survey compiled by Call 6 Investigates. Call 6 Investigates received more than 218 responses to the survey, which included responses from both new and veteran teachers, as well as educators in elementary, middle and high school. 44% […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Tuesday was a historic day at Indiana’s Statehouse as thousands of teachers showed up from all over the state to rally. For hours, thousands of teachers and their supporters rallied and marched in support of the following things teachers say they need from legislators to be successful: Increase average salary to $60K for […]

In a world full of sadness and bad news, it’s always refreshing to run across something that truly changes your perspective on life and generally serves as an uplifting message to carry with you. That’s exactly what a viral video of a martial arts instructor and his student have managed to do, as it’s also […]

An Alabama teacher is placed on administrative leave for giving a math quiz with questions about pimps and prostitutes. Angry parents demanded a response from the principal.

Secretary of Education John King talks with NewsOne about elevating the teaching profession. He wants to give teachers a voice and prepare them for the 21st century classroom.

The Chicago Teachers Union announced Wednesday that it will launch a one-day strike on April Fool's Day, and is asking the entire city to join them in their efforts. The union says the impetus for the strike is a call for justice although there are several competing aims, DNAinfo Chicago reports

The unnamed male teacher at Green County High School in Greensboro, Georgia, is accused of calling Shaniaya Hunter, "the dumbest girl I have ever met." The comment came after Shaniaya experienced a number of absences due to an eye condition and asked the teacher in December for assistance catching up on her work, reports the New York Daily News.

Report shows that Black kids are beat twice as much as their White peers in school.