40 groups will band together to push principles for "modernizing and elevating" teaching, but many of the groups have contrasting agendas.


A new "state of the states" report by NCTQ makes the case that evaluations through test scores are already part of the picture in most states.


One of the longest teachers' strikes of 2015 has come to an end, and students in East St. Louis, Ill., are finally back in school.


A decorated Alabama teacher is resigning, rather than fulfilling a new set of certification requirements.


A judge has granted a temporary restraining order against the 27-school Alliance College-Ready Public Schools chain.


Phillips' next move is unclear, but it's likely to be somewhere in the K-12 education world.


The teaching traits that help students succeed in academics aren't necessarily the ones that will help them develop resilience, agency, and growth mindsets--but teachers have to help develop both kinds, researchers say.


But there's still a lot of uncertainty about just what the final rule will look like.


The reports also contain data on some of the measures the U.S. Department of Education wants states to use to grade their preparation programs.


The Public Employee Relations Board granted a teachers' union request for injunctive relief against a charter chain that has opposed its unionization bid.


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