Posts Tagged ‘teachers’

Teacher Burnout Crisis | Short-Staffed Schools Closing | 5 Ways to Solve It Right Now | SDP158

[Podcast] On Friday, November 12, 2021, classes were canceled for many public school districts in North Carolina. The intended purpose of the motion was to offer a mental health day for teachers and students experiencing burnout from the pandemic and the cumulative stress of contemporary education. Doc, with 25 years experience as an educator, describes…

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COVID Chaos | Update on Parents Suing School Districts | Special Guest Attorney Lisa Linney | SDP157

[Podcast] The issue of masks and other COVID-19 precaution strategies in schools has become contentious, sparking a firestorm of lawsuits. Special guest Attorney Lisa Linney helps us understand behind-the-scenes strategizing when a parent sues a school district over insufficient virus mitigation protocols. What is the strongest argument for the plaintiff? Beyond the parent and the…

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FBI Planning To Investigate Parents | NASB and AG Garland Memo | What You Need to Know | SDP155

[Podcast] Doc clarifies the issues around threats toward school officials, discusses the National School Board Association’s (NSBA) under-informed hyperbolic letter to president Biden, Attorney General Merrick Garland’s knee jerk memo directing the FBI to figure out strategies to address school threats within the next 30 days, reactions from state-level school board associations, and how your…

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