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Proposed Missouri bill would make teachers register as sex offenders if found supporting transgender students who socially transition

Chandelis Duster, CNN March 8, 2024

CNN -- A newly proposed law in Missouri could charge teachers and counselors with a felony and require them to register as sex offenders if they’re found guilty of supporting...

OPINION: The impact of Abbott Elementary

OPINION: The impact of ‘Abbott Elementary’

Nick Keller, Opinion Writer February 24, 2024

With Teacher Appreciation Week coming up in a few months, I thought this would be a good time to write this. On Feb. 8, the season three premiere of the hit mockumentary-style sitcom, “Abbott Elementary,”...

School workers in the nation’s second-largest district go on strike, shutting down schools. Here’s what they want

Cheri Mossburg and Holly Yan, CNN March 21, 2023

CNN -- A union representing 30,000 Los Angeles school custodians, cafeteria workers, bus drivers and other support staff has started a three-day strike with support from the district’s...

Los Angeles school workers union announces plan for 3-day strike that could shut down the nation’s second-largest district

Cheri Mossburg and Taylor Romine, CNN March 16, 2023

  CNN -- A union representing school workers in Los Angeles plans to strike for three days next week with support from the district’s teachers union, it said, setting up what...

Sixth annual NEOtech Conference brings K-12 educators to Kent State

Julianne Calapa March 22, 2015

Northeast Ohio K-12 teachers, administrators and technology educators gathered for the sixth annual NEOtech Conference at the Kent State Student Center on Friday, March 20.School technology provider Northeast...

Guest column: Teachers are not the enemy

Ryan Kreaps November 17, 2014

I will be the first person to tell you I have had my fair share of bad teachers. Some were detrimental to my learning. Although I’ve had a decent amount of bad teachers, I have also had many good and...

Skyler Chill is a sophomore organizational communications major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at

Opinion: The truth on teachers

Skyler Chill November 5, 2014

Since the beginning of elementary school, I can remember watching educational films in class. From Bill Nye the Science Guy to The Magic School Bus, I was exposed to a lot of them. However, do teachers...

Teachers from across U.S. learn about legal issues in journalism

Jennie Barr July 11, 2014

Censoring in school districts does not work, according to the executive director of Student Press Law Center, who was the keynote speaker at a conference for high school journalism teacher hosted at Kent...

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