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​​Teacher Reads to Students on Facebook Live 1 Day After Brain Surgery: 'I Wanted to See You'
"I just want you to know that I love you and I miss you," K.D. Meucci, a fourth-grade teacher in Pennsylvania, told her students during a Facebook Live video.
Real-Life Teachers Share How to Use an iPad to Maximize Learning
Technology makes life easier, but it can also enhance your child's creativity, self-identity, and curiosity. Here, two real-life teachers share the best ways to use an iPad at home.
Schools Are Banning Fact-based History Education and as a Social Studies Teacher, I'm Terrified
Administration in a school in Southlake, Texas told educators to teach "opposing" views of the Holocaust. Similar bans exist on what state lawmakers are calling "Critical Race Theory." Sari Beth Rosenberg, a high school history teacher, shares the dangerous repercussions for America's public education system and why parents should be concerned.
The Best Scholarships for Parents—Including Support Just for Single Moms
Pursuing higher education as a parent—especially as a single mom or dad—can be daunting and expensive. Here are scholarship programs designed to help lighten the load for parents who need a little help footing all the bills.
Parents Are Asking for No Homework Before Middle School—Here's What Experts Say
After over a year and a half of pandemic stress, some parents are taking a stand against homework for kids grades K-5. Here's what experts have to say.
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Michigan Dad Files $1M Lawsuit Against School After Employee Cut 7-Year-Old Biracial Daughter's Hair

Jimmy Hoffmeyer previously transferred his daughter to another school after her hair was cut without his permission.