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.
The Mexican government has reinstated its plan to implement evaluations for public school teachers in the country, after suspending it last month amid protests by teachers.
The ruling portends more challenges to efforts to raise standards for prospective teachers.
Members of radical wing of Mexico's national teachers' union went on an indefinite strike this week in an attempt block President Enrique Peña Nieto's education-overhaul package, according to news reports.
High-poverty districts tend to have more teachers-in-training than other districts, but overall there aren't that many such teachers, a federal report says.
States have set the bar on the edTPA exam in different places, and some give their teacher-candidates other options to demonstrate teaching skill.
High-quality teacher candidates seem more likely to take jobs in low-performing districts if they do their student teaching there, a study finds.