Classroom

A real silencing of truth has just happened in our classrooms. Be afraid. Be very afraid, writes Natasha Devon.
The government's scientific advisers have that warned more restrictions may be needed to reopen classrooms in England next month.
Kimberley Worthy, a teacher in Washington, D.C., explains why arming educators could harm students of colour.
Several others are being treated for injuries.
It was overwhelming to see so many thank yous to teachers as term ended and the summer holidays began. One in particular that caught my eye, and the hearts of many, was a student from Bristol, thanking their primary school teacher through a very 'sweet' and imaginative approach.
Speaking after the London Bridge attack on Saturday, Theresa May stated that there is "far too much tolerance" of extremism
Moreover, by being able to intelligently monitor keystroke activity, both online and offline, allowing visibility of conversations or content being created in chatrooms, documents and messaging apps, schools can create smart and safe profiles of its pupils.
I'd advise other people who are looking for a rewarding career change to consider teaching - especially if you like working with young people, are interested in a subject area or are keen to find a career path with a wide range of opportunities. Teaching always has been and always will be my way of tackling those January blues, and it could be yours too.
Of course teaching is not without its own challenges, but there are also many benefits and rewards that make the hard work worth it. I go home at the end of each day knowing that I've made a difference. Is that something you'd like to feel too?
The days of chalkboards and dusty textbooks in classrooms are long gone. Over the past two decades, technology has slowly crept into the classroom, changing the way students study and access information, and also opened up a whole new world of resources for teachers to utilise.