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Education programs in 14 states find out if they meet tough new standards.

Lawmakers hope to force all new teachers to enroll in 401(k) plans.

Bonuses have given the Broward school district in southern Florida a boost in its effort to attract and keep top teachers.

Students' race, ethnicity, and immigrant status play a role in a teacher's decision to speak with parents about their children's behavior and academic issues, a new study suggests.

Over two dozen similar cases are making their way through the courts.

The program is funding fellows at six of the state's higher education institutions.

Education schools nationwide are battling teacher shortages and decreasing enrollments. But it's a mistake, a new report warns, for ed schools to combat the problem by lowering admissions standards.

With education school enrollment down across the nation, some universities are looking within to recruit future teachers to their programs.

Residents of Oklahoma and Maine voted on ballot measures that would increase taxes in order to fund teacher pay hikes.

The six parents are being backed by the same nonprofit that supported teacher tenure challenges in Minnesota and New York.

A new report presented to the state's board of education offers some ideas on how to keep teachers on the job longer.

The state's teacher salaries are among the lowest in the country.

California also reported that their teaching candidates were becoming more diverse.

The Connecticut Board of Education on Wednesday approved a controversial certification program that aims to put more minority teachers into the classroom.


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