The North Carolina Senate passed unanimously a bill that would allow college professors to work as adjunct instructors in K-12 classrooms without teaching licenses.
April 2017 Archives
Some complain that a bill to let candidates with at least a 3.0 GPA in their teacher-preparation classes bypass some standardized tests will lower standards.
A new report homes in on strategies the authors say will increase the flow of teachers into areas where they're in shortest supply.
Looking across the country, the success of recent efforts to unionize charter school teachers has been mixed at best.
The nation's second largest school district has put an end to fundraisers known as "McTeacher's Nights."
A new study calls teachers' online grievances against the profession a form of social action.
A new study looks at how the teacher workforce has changed over the past 25 years and which kinds of teachers and schools have been affected.
Teacher participation in a merit pay program led to the equivalent of four extra weeks of student learning, according to a new analysis of 44 studies of incentive-pay initiatives in the United States and abroad.
The states' effort to reduce class sizes might leave thousands of art, music, foreign language, and physical education teachers without a job.
The governor's plan reduces the weight of student test scores in teacher evaluations from 50 percent to 35 percent.
The Nutmeg State is walking back a plan to incorporate students' standardized test scores into teachers' performance evaluations.
Arizona educators have the opportunity to share details about what's working and not working in their schools in an anonymous online questionnaire.