The claim appears to be

So, I would write(as you did):

Upon running the test, we find

This results in a p-value of 0.1789, critical value of 2.1318, test stat of 1.0382

By looking at the p value, it is certainly > 0.05. Therefore, we do not reject the null hypothesis. There is not enough evidence at the 0.05 level to supoort the claim that the mean is > 25.

I do not know why your teacher wrote = instead of less than or equal to.

I suppose they had their reasons. Doing that, we still would not have nough evidence to support the claim. Maybe I am not up on things enough, but I have not seen the respective hypotheses written that way: With an equals for the null and a 'greater than' for the alternate hypothesis. I think we should keep it simple as possible.