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The Teachers Are Winning. What Does It Mean for the Profession?

Teachers crowd the lobby of the Arizona Senate last week as lawmakers debate a budget negotiated by majority Republicans and GOP Gov. Doug Ducey. —Matt York/AP The extraordinary wave of teacher strikes highlights these crucial but often forgotten facts: In number, teachers are the largest profession in the United States. ...

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Former teacher pleads not guilty in ‘Fight Club’ case

NORWICH, Conn. (AP) — A former Connecticut substitute teacher accused of organizing a student fight club is pleading not guilty. Twenty-three-year-old Ryan Fish is charged with multiple counts of risk of injury to a child and reckless endangerment while teaching at Montville High School. He filed his plea with an ...

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The Teachers Are Winning. What Does It Mean for the Profession?

Teachers crowd the lobby of the Arizona Senate last week as lawmakers debate a budget negotiated by majority Republicans and GOP Gov. Doug Ducey. —Matt York/AP The extraordinary wave of teacher strikes highlights these crucial but often forgotten facts: In number, teachers are the largest profession in the United States. ...

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YouTube stars’ fury as videos promoting cheating removed

Image copyright Patty Mayo Image caption Bounty hunter Patty Mayo’s channel has had multiple videos taken down YouTube stars are complaining after hundreds of videos containing adverts for an essay-writing service were removed from their channels. It follows a BBC Trending investigation which found more than 250 channels had YouTubers ...

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Idaho State University faces fine for losing plutonium

Image copyright Getty Images A US university faces a fine of $8,500 (£6,280) for apparently losing a small amount of weapons-grade plutonium. The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) said Idaho State University is unable to account for 1 gram (0.03oz) of the material. The plutonium is used in reactors and ...

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