EdWeek has put out a package of Commentaries about Teach For America to coincide with its 20th anniversary.


Utah is poised to bar teacher layoffs based on seniority criteria.


Many organizations, including teachers unions, are joining the battle against bullies.


New York City's now defunct schoolwide performance-pay program didn't increase student learning in any statistically meaningful way, according to a new study.


Through a regulatory overhaul, a legislative proposal, and its budget request, the Obama administration is pushing for outcomes-based reforms of teacher education.


Former Teach For America executive vice president for public affairs Kevin Huffman was today named the new commissioner of education in Tennessee.


Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is close to approving a bill that would permit participants in new alternative routes to teach on imited two-year licenses without going through traditional preparation programs.


Bill Gates discussed tying class sizes to teacher effectiveness at the NGA's winter meeting, and got a positive reaction from the governors.


As envisioned by the AFT, an improvement plan for teachers believed to be ineffective would include "clearly articulated measures of success, timelines, support needed, and periodic reviews."


The Education Trust and the Center for American Progress put out recommendations for ESEA's $3 billion Title II program.


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