Teachers hired during the Great Recession seem to be staying longer.
Teacher evaluations linked to test scores would be delayed under a Maryland bill awaiting the governor's signature.
What will happen to Washington's high-profile education initiatives, such as the IMPACT teacher-evaluation system, once a new mayor takes office?
Illinois has rescinded a policy capping the number of times aspiring teachers can take a basic-skills test.
Lawyers presented their closing arguments in the fractious Vergara v. California teacher-protection lawsuit.
Many federal reporting requirements on teacher preparation aren't all that helpful, panelists agree at a Senate hearing.
Philadelphia's superintendent has imposed new rules for the upcoming school year that will allow principals to disregard seniority as the sole criteria in hiring and assignment decisions.
A brief outlines new ideas for the federal policies governing teacher preparation.
Students of color are more often taught by unqualified, inexperienced, and lesser-paid teachers, according to U.S. Department of Education data.
To reduce the achievement gap, schools should pay attention to teacher retention, says new report.