The Obama administration's 2014 budget request answers some questions about its pre-K proposal, but not others related to teacher quality.
A large-scale, quasi-experimental study finds math gains among middle-school students taught by TFA novices and alumni.
A review of the literature on student-teaching finds gaps in what scholars know about how teachers become more skilled.
A new ed. start-up seeks to match teachers with schools that share a similar mission or philosophy.
Bill Gates warns that hasty implementation of poor teacher-evaluation measures jeopardize the systems' ability to improve teaching and learning.
In advance of a 2014 performance-pay mandate, a Florida lawmaker wants new salary funding to be allocated based on merit.
The cost of new teacher-evaluation systems is likely to vary based on how states and districts choose to establish student-growth measures for all teachers.
Hawaii moves closer to sealing a deal with its teachers on wages and a new evaluation system.
Scholars and practitioners are part of a new effort to get into the nitty-gritty details of student-teaching.
A report from the group that represents teacher-prep programs finds they've improved but more work remains.