Teachers

CDC director: Schools can safely reopen without vaccinating teachers

Parents and guardians across the nation have been struggling to keep best educating their kids during the pandemic. The CDC direction said schools can safely reopen without vaccinating teachers.
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Teacher wore oxygen mask for virtual classes before losing battle with COVID

When Philamena Belone was hospitalized for COVID-19 and pneumonia for three days, she was dedicated to getting back to her passion, which was teaching.
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Former gang member named teacher of the year: 'I started from the bottom, now I'm here'

An incredible story of rags to riches comes from the St. Louis area as the 2021 Missouri Teacher of the Year, is Crestwood Elementary School physical education teacher Darrion Cockrell – who was once in a gang.
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Teacher robbed during Zoom call with student and parent

A woman from Cleveland, Ohio, is sharing her frightening experience while being on a Zoom call with her student and his parent. Read RADIO.COM for the latest details.
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Teacher who wiped out savings to adopt former student and his brother pays off $48k in debt

A 29-year-old Georgia teacher is celebrating paying off nearly $50,000 in debt after adopting one of her former students and his brother. Read how she did it on RADIO.COM.
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Hallmark gives away 1 million 'gratitude cards' to thank educators for 'vital role' during pandemic

Beginning on Nov. 17, Hallmark will be giving away 1 million cards to help thank our teachers, school administrators, school staff, bus drivers, and all other educators who are working amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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45 teachers at one school call out over COVID-19 fears

Teachers in the Connetquot School District on Long Island, New York say they feel unsafe after a number of people tested positive for coronavirus and they were told to quarantine for just two days.
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Teachers Complain After Some Parents Appear Shirtless, Drinking During Remote Learning

One teacher in Florida revealed that one of the biggest struggle with virtual learning hasn’t been her students, it’s been the half-dressed parents who pop up on screen. Read more.
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28-Year-Old Third Grade Teacher Dies from Coronavirus Complications

A third grade teacher died of complications caused by COVID-19. Demetria ‘Demi’ Bannister was gearing up for her third year teaching third grade in Columbia, South Carolina when she tested positive. Read more.
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Mom Goes Viral for DIY Remote Learning Work Station for Kids

A mother in Kentucky came up with a creative solution to keep her children focused as they begin remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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