The state's highest court rules that lawmakers can't take away tenure rights already granted to teachers.

Not surprisingly given the history of the case, the new ruling in the Vergara v. California case has been met conflicting reactions—as well as vows on both sides to press for change.

A California appeals court has reversed the trial court's original ruling in Vergara v. the State of California, the landmark case on teacher job-protection provisions.

Four Minnesota mothers, represented by both local and national advocacy groups, have filed suit in a district asserting that the state's teacher-tenure protections keep bad teachers in classrooms, where they are dooming thousands of Minnesota children to substandard educations.

ESSA revised the $2 billion Title II teacher-quality program. Here's what you need to know about the changes.

TFA will streamline its application process in the wake of a third year of application declines.

Fired or suspended teachers often have those punishments overturned in Kentucky, a newspaper found.

Could bite-sized teacher learning projects help improve the PD infrastructure?

New Mexico teachers sue over state department of education rule that says they can't disparage standardized tests.

After pledging to offer computer science courses in every school, Arkansas has rapidly trained hundreds of teachers to code.


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