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

The judge ruled that the future of teacher tenure laws should be decided by the legislature, not the courts.

A new study finds that both rich and poor students have nearly equal chances of being taught by the most-effective teachers and the least-effective teachers.

The district estimates that the charter network has racked up nearly $1,000,000 million in fees as a result of the practice.

Denver is turning to taxpayers to take a teacher-mentoring program district-wide.

The project, however, has been a boon for school support staff.

The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) has announced the retirement in July 2017 of its president and CEO Dr. Sharon P. Robinson.

Ending a 12-year deadlock between the district and union, public school teachers in Buffalo, N.Y., have inked their first new contract since the last one expired in 2004.

Both union allies and charter proponents on the school board sided with the charter school teachers.

The final regulations drew praise from some critics of teacher-training quality, but some groups representing teachers see the new rules as punitive.

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