The board of directors will propose a New Business Item calling for a campaign against "toxic testing."
The NEA reports membership losses of 16,000 for 2013-14, dropping it below 3 million members.
The state carves out a faster dismissal process for teachers suspected of criminal misconduct.
Your insider's guide to the Senate's draft bill reworking federal teacher-preparation requirements and grants.
Education Week kicks off its annual National Education Association convention coverage July 2.
Maryland, its unions, and administrators' groups vow to collaborate on the development of student academic-growth goals.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed off Tuesday on a plan to fully fund California's teacher-pension system by shouldering more of the share of teacher-pension costs onto districts.
A lawsuit modeled on California's Vergara suit is imminent in New York.
A teacher-retention bonus helped keep top teachers in Tennessee's low-performing schools, a new study finds.
Under new legislation, New York's teachers won't be penalized for low scores on the state test-score based portion of their evaluation in 2013-14 and 2014-15.