From The Dallas Morning News: A hearing-impaired teacher who was put on administrative leave for inviting a reporter to her classroom has reached a settlement with the Carrollton-Farmers Branch (Texas) school district and is back teaching. Kathleen Nosek returned this morning to a different school, McWhorter Elementary,. District officials had put the special education teacher on paid leave earlier this month after she invited a newspaper reporter to observe her while teaching at Sheffield Intermediate School.Earlier...from The Dallas Morning News: The Carrollton-Farmers Branch (Texas) district superintendent has suspended a hearing-impaired teacher over a visit to her classroom by a newspaper reporter looking into the teacher's allegations that the district had threatened her job because of her disability. The district has questioned whether the teacher, Kathleen Nosek, can administer pronunciation tests to her special-education students without assistance – help that has been provided to her for years. Nosek, a special-education teacher at Sheffield Intermediate School for the past 10 years, began filing grievances with the district over two years ago alleging harassment by her principal.