California issued more than 10,000 temporary credentials during the 2015-16 school year.


A new study shows that half of them never taught in Louisiana again.


The teacher and his wife are following countless other Oklahoma teachers south to Texas.


The twirling gadgets are sparking lessons in writing, science, technology, and math, among other subjects.


The proposed budget from the Trump administration eliminates the Title II grant program, which pays for professional development and class-size reduction efforts.


In some districts, there are more than 100 English-language learners for every dedicated ELL teacher.


San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee recently announced that he plans to use $44 million in city money to pay for the construction of up to 150 affordable rental units for teachers.


The Graide Network connects teachers with assistants who can help with grading.


The legislation, which is like similar laws passed in Oklahoma and Utah last year, only applies to prospective educators with experience in fields "relevant" to the subject area they plan to teach.


The Double Check professional development program aims to help teachers build classroom environments where students feel acknowledged and understood.


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