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September 12, 2017

Teachers' Pay Lags Furthest Behind Other Professionals in U.S., Study Finds

Relatively speaking, U.S. teachers earn 60 cents for every dollar earned by other professionals with similar education levels. And that's the widest teacher-pay gap for any country in the OECD.

July 10, 2017

How Can Schools Make a Firebreak for Teacher Burnout?

The professional climate of a school can create a "vicious cycle" of burnout and attrition among young teachers, a new study finds.

April 28, 2017

AERA: What Do We Mean When We Talk About Teacher Shortages?

Experts debate teacher staffing at one of the opening symposiums of the American Educational Research Association on Thursday.

April 13, 2017

Teaching Force Tripled in High-Poverty Schools, Fed Data Show

In the past 25 years, the American teaching force has grown significantly, becoming less experienced but more diverse, a new analysis by the National Center on Education Statistics finds.

July 19, 2016

Top-Performing Countries Give Teachers Deeper Training in Elementary Content

Top-performing countries use U.S. research on the best ways to train and support elementary teachers. But American schools often don't use those best practices, finds a new study.

July 01, 2016

QUIZ: What Did 'Teacher Quality' Look Like in 1966?

Are you smarter than a teacher in 1966? Take this real test, taken from the "Equality of Educational Opportunity" report, to find out how you fare.

June 29, 2016

Do Alternative Teaching Programs Create a Revolving Door for Schools?

Teachers who enter the classroom without traditional education degrees tend to leave it faster, finds a new study.

May 04, 2016

Teacher Evaluations: The Role of Principal Leadership and Trust

New research explores predictors of whether teachers will be comfortable with their evaluation systems.

February 09, 2016

Common Core Changes to Teacher PD Raise Student Scores in Math, not English

The new standards in many states have driven instructional changes, but not all have been associated with better student achievement, finds a new study.

February 04, 2016

So Coleman Was Right About Teachers. Has It Helped?

Buried within the venerable, 700-page report is the finding that teacher quality seems to bear more of a relationship to student progress than school facilities or curriculum, especially for underserved children. So why hasn't that finding gone anywhere?

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