The House is eyeing a $400 million cut to the teacher-quality program in ESSA.


More states are collecting and disseminating information on teacher preparation, but gaps remain.


North Carolina teachers would see their second pay bumps since the Great Recession, but veteran teachers are once again complaining about being left out.


National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen García has written Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to voice support for teachers protesting his plans to start evaluating educators based on tests.


A Minnesota state court judge has had it with the state's Board of Teaching, an 11-member panel responsible for licensing teachers.


Lamar Alexander, one of the winners of the NEA's Friend of Education award, is the first Republican to garner the prize in more than 30 years.


The union plans to send a list of recommended qualifications to the presidential candidates and the U.S. Senate.


Clinton received a greater proportion of delegate supports than did President Obama in either of his two terms.


Here's what the National Education Association's new business does—and doesn't—do.


Clinton reassures the National Education Association that it will have a partner in the White House if she's elected.


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