NEA reported boosting its 2014-15 membership rolls by about 14,300 educators.
What to watch for at this year's convention.
More than a half-dozen state affiliates have passed motions in support.
The code, released by state certification officials, aims to set a baseline similar to that in other professions.
The appeals process in the Vergara case will likely close out 2015.
The subcommittee proposals would scotch the rules until Congress can address them in the Higher Education Act. But they're a long way off from being approved.
Can districts use funds earmarked for specific groups of students for across-the-board teacher raises?
The California Virtual Academies are the subject of a series of complaints focused on their data-privacy protections, academic quality, attendance and truancy policies, and a host of other issues.
In a reversal of roles, the union says that the district is trying to hide crucial information on the controversial educator-evaluation system.
Lawmakers directed the state's board of teaching to craft rules outlining how it will review such teachers' qualifications.