October 2018 Archives

The National Education Association has lost about 17,000 members since April, according to a report by The 74 Million.

Some educators have written open letters to the deans of their teacher-preparation programs, saying they were not taught science-backed methods of teaching reading.

Teachers' impact on non-cognitive, or social-emotional, skills is more predictive of students' long-term success than their impact on test scores, the study found.

The new analysis from Richard Ingersoll finds that 44 percent of new teachers quit within five years.

The Mackinac Center for Public Policy is partnering with think tanks and advocacy groups across the country in a campaign encouraging public employees to consider dropping their union memberships.

Three mediation sessions between the district and the teachers' union have failed. Here's what the next step looks like.

Teacher-evaluation reforms in places like New Mexico, Tennessee, Denver, and the District of Columbia have paid off, says the National Council on Teacher Quality.

Mike Matthews wrote several sexist and racist blog posts a decade ago that were recently unearthed.

Nine teachers, backed by the American Federation of Teachers, claim that Navient steered them away from participating in a federal loan-forgiveness program.

Teachers are asking for support for a ballot measure that would put in place a property tax to fund schools.

Over the last two decades, STEM teachers have become increasingly more likely to be female and well-qualified.


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