State lawmakers infuriated educators when they tied teacher raises to a bill that included provisions for charter schools and private school vouchers.

This time, teachers are taking action over a state house proposal to bring charter schools and private school vouchers to the state.

The action, set to start Tuesday, will protest the lack of union input in the legislation.

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Several other Baltimore schools already have their own police forces, including Morgan State University, Coppin State University and the University of Baltimore.

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"Fear of 'the other' is something deeply embedded in our nation’s DNA."

The for-profit college has failed to distribute federal student aid at campuses across the country, including one in Arlington.

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"Do we need all these studies to demonstrate what any good teacher knows: that the nature and quality of the relationship between teachers and students matters? Thus do the wheels of education policy turn in our country."

School officials said the student was punished for being disruptive, not for refusing to recite the pledge.

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The recent L.A. teachers’ strike highlighted the existential fight over the future of education.

Professors organized an impromptu “Teach-in on Blackface” on Friday.

The Education Department is investigating BASIS DC over alleged racial discrimination.

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Three teachers — from the United States, Canada and the Netherlands — link his comment to other similar sentiments manifesting around the world.

Incident in Montgomery County involved multiple students attacking a fellow student.

On a religious retreat in rural Maryland, students from the prestigious school destroy property.

The legislatures is debating a controversial law that teachers don't like.

They’re often the backbone of the faculty, but their pay lags, resulting in efforts to unionize.

The episode happened during a spiritual retreat, the private D.C. high school’s president said in a letter.

Read this mom's heartbreaking Facebook post.

Denver teachers went on strike Monday demanding higher base pay in lieu of a bonus system that has been in place since 2005.

The agency's inspector general accused the Federal Student Aid office of wasting taxpayer dollars by failing to hold student loan servicing companies accountable for complying with the law.

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