Teachers are walking off the job on Thursday, the third major teachers' strike of the new year. Here's why.

A cognitive scientist raises the issue. A Twitter discussion on the purpose of school.

A former teacher and education consultant was in a preschool classroom when a lockdown was called: 'Years before I’d done lockdown drills with my own students, but I’d never witnessed the real thing. And, oh God, this was the real thing.'

The teachers strike movement is changing. Here's how.

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

"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."

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

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

Read this mom's heartbreaking Facebook post.

Young people tell the stories of those who lost their lives.

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