The Michigan ruling could be a signal of what's to come after the case on union fees that's currently being decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.


Congress' fiscal year 2018 omnibus spending bill preserves funding for the Title II program, which pays for teacher development.


A new analysis by an education think tank found that only certain financial incentives work to improve teacher diversity.


Colorado's Supreme Court last week ruled against teachers who are fighting a state law that allows school districts to put teachers on unpaid leave without a hearing.


A recent study from the Ohio State University found that 20 percent of teachers who were physically or verbally victimized at school did not tell their administrators.


A new study finds that mandatory collective bargaining laws did not improve teacher pay or public education spending.


Teachers in Kentucky are protesting a bill that would cut their pension benefits, while Arizona teachers are fighting for higher pay and smaller class sizes.


Most teachers do not want to be armed and don't think that guns in schools would help with safety, according to three polls released this week.


The poll's finding that most NEA members dislike the idea of arming school employees matches the message from NEA President Lily Eskelsen García.


Despite many school districts' use of apparently uniform salary schedules, females in the education workforce are typically paid less than males for similar roles, according to an analysis of educators' salaries and pension benefits in Illinois.


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