Appeals courts in California and Florida have just ruled that releasing 'valued-added' data on teachers' performance is in the public interest.


Frameworks for judging teachers are too dense and focus too much on skills over content, a research and advocacy group asserts.


On average, disadvantaged students don't get the same quality of instruction as their more affluent peers, a study shows.


A panel has recommended a maximum cut score on a teacher-licensing exam many states plan to use. But will states adhere to it?


Many advocates are seizing on the NAEP claims as evidence that their teacher-effectiveness strategies are working. Are they? Maybe, but it's hard to prove empirically.


Effective elementary teachers who transferred to low-achieving schools boosted students' scores, according to a randomized experiment. But many eligible teachers did not want to move despite financial rewards.


Unions oppose details of a House bill requiring background checks for teachers.


The Washington-based National Council on Teacher Quality released its annual report rounding up states' teacher-evaluation policies, which have become increasingly stringent over the last few years.


Teachers are posting higher scores on the SAT exam than two decades previously, and higher scorers are now just as likely to teach as their peers.


Seven states will use CCSSO funding and technical assistance to overhaul systems for preparing and licensing teachers.


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