Teachers have legitimate problems that make the job incredibly frustrating, so much so that more people than ever are leaving the profession. It’s time to acknowledge that.
The latest internet craze may be the topic of discussion for parents, teachers and educators. But there’s so much more that should be on the public agenda.
Packed stadiums during football games on the mainland were in stark contrast to the empty bleachers at the first UH home game.
Workload is another variable we can adjust to make teaching more palatable in the long term.
No one has the right to magnify other people’s risk of getting sick. This is intuitive, but it’s also constitutional.
Public punishment of offenders, like making them do environmental service and putting that on social media, is one idea.
Teachers may be afraid to appear before cameras or worry about retaliation, but talking to the public should not be a problem.
Some teachers are wondering if schools should even be giving grades at all this year.