Educators

Educators form media literacy society

SOME 65 teachers and lecturers have signed up to pioneer Malaysia’s first-ever registered society to combat misinformation and disinformation through education. read more

A critical time: Small handful of educators losing jobs for lessons linked to race, not CRT

As states have passed laws trying to regulate how children learn about race relations in the U.S., a small handful of educators have lost their jobs. read more

Pennsylvania Educators support call for a Global Workers’ Inquest into the COVID-19 Pandemic

Educators from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland and Virginia met last week and unanimously adopted this resolution in support of the call by the WSWS for an inquest into the COVID-19 pandemic. read more

Fulfilling our mission with educators as our guide

The Southwest Colorado Education Collaborative’s mission is to strengthen diverse communities by providing pathways in career readiness and higher education for students to build 21st century skills ... read more

15 LGBTQ+ Educators Who Took Instagram Infotainment To The Next Level

Instagram has become all of our constant companion. Be it for information, entertainment or news, Insta has grown to become our one-stop destination. Here are some folks who have ... read more

15 LGBTQ+ Instagram Educators You Need To Follow ASAP

His infographics break down LGBTQ+ issues in an easily understandable manner.. "It took a long time for me to learn I didn’t deserve to be treated like this."View Entire Post › TheWrap magazine: "As I ... read more

Educators: Extend voting hours, incentivize vaccination of poll workers to limit virus transmission

Extended voting hours and incentivized vaccination of poll workers were among the recommendations of educators to ensure that the May 2022 Elections will be safe from the threat of coronavirus disease ... read more

Educators of the year thank families, students, mentors during ceremony

Most of the Rapides Parish educators honored Thursday evening gave their thanks — through tears or humor — to their families, students and others who helped them in their careers. read more

Covid-19: School science can help combat conspiracies, educators say

When teacher Andrea Tritton started hearing anti-vaccine theories in her classroom, she threw out the curriculum for two weeks to tackle them. read more

Educators describe firsthand ‘immersion’ experiences in manufacturing

When Elizabeth Crocker prepared to spend her first day at Prysmian Power Cables and Systems this summer, she did not expect to be awed — literally awed — by the global impact of ... read more

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