More than 1,300 teachers trained by National Centre for Computing Education

Government-funded centre aimed at supporting computing teachers has reached more than 29,000 teachers and trained over 1,300 to deliver computing curriculum By Clare McDonald, Business Editor Published: 30 Nov 2020 14:19 The National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) has helped train more than 1,000 teachers to deliver the computing curriculum. Since its launch two years…Continue Reading

Mums and teachers ‘more stressed than ever’ by coronavirus pandemic, study finds

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Invalid EmailA mum fears her son with suspected special needs will…Continue Reading

A History Teacher’s View: Why Liberal Elites Can’t Understand the Trump Vote

The rationalists can’t explain everything. We’ve been here before.In the coming months liberals and never-Trump conservatives will attempt to salvage their credibility by offering explanations for why the polls and prognoses of a Biden blowout were so egregiously wrong. Much of the chattering class has already chalked the closeness of the election up to racism—now…Continue Reading

Idaho Teachers Go on ‘Sick-out’ to Protest School Openings…Every Last One of Them Should Be Fired

Teachers walk in together as they arrive for work at San Marcos Elementary School Friday, May 4, 2018, in Chandler, Ariz., after a statewide teachers strike ended. (AP Photo/Matt York)The first day of in-person public school in the West Ada School District in Idaho was canceled on Monday after over 600 teachers called off work…Continue Reading

Teacher’s quest to feed families grows to serving anyone in need

When schools started closing in March, Montgomery County, Maryland kindergarten teacher Margaret Norris used her own money to deliver healthy meal kits to food-insecure families at her elementary school. In the months since, a small army has joined her in serving anyone in need. They have given away over 2,500 meal kits since March.Oct. 4,…Continue Reading

Teachers across the country ask what going back to school looks like

Live Watch CBSN Live With coronavirus cases increasing in dozens of states, teachers across the country are voicing concern about the health risks of returning to classrooms this fall. Most teachers agree that face-to-face learning is better for the students, but many wonder, at what cost? “CBS This Morning” asked teachers around the country how…Continue Reading