January 2018 Archives

Landed helps teachers with mortgage down payments. Is the company giving teachers a fair deal?

The National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers both filed amicus briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court in the Janus v. AFSCME case.

Teachers in the Sooner State are well behind their peers in terms of pay. Unless lawmakers step up, teachers will continue fleeing the state for higher wages or else try their luck with a cyber charter of questionable quality.

The Trump administration announced that Salvadoran immigrants with temporary protected status, a group that includes teachers, must return to their home country by September 2019.

TFA alumni principals are less satisfied than other principals with corps members'job performance, according to a new survey.

A report by a prominent teacher-education group names 10 criteria for high-quality, evidence-based clinical practice in teacher-preparation programs.

Teachers at a top school in Buffalo, N.Y., are looking to get out of routine duties required of other teachers in the district like monitoring the cafeteria and supervising study halls, according to The Buffalo News. But doing so could have unintended consequences.

The state looks to military families to solve its growing teacher shortage.


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