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.
Scores are higher on the performance-based exam, a new report shows.
The Scranton Federation of Teachers ratified a new two-year contract; students will return to class Wednesday.
Christopher A. Koch will stay on as president of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation
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Abstentions and state dissention cloud what otherwise seems like a straightforward push for Hillary Clinton.
A Harvard University network aims to improve the coherence of R&D about teaching and learning and its application.
A host of familiar names are among the winners of a more than $50 million competitive-grant program focusing on teacher professional development.
A new longitudinal study shows that mentoring seems connected to a longer career path. So why are teachers in higher-poverty schools less likely to get a mentor?