The Kansas National Education Association is challenging provisions tacked onto a 2014 budget bill eliminating due process.


TFA's newest corps is its most diverse ever, with fully half identifying as people of color.


A proposed constitutional amendment to weaken teacher tenure laws and tie teacher evaluations to student performance will appear on Missouri ballots in November.


The high-powered lawyers that litigated the California suit will represent the plaintiffs in one of two suits targeting teacher tenure in New York.


As tenure leaps to prominence as a national issue, with even celebrities weighing in, it's good to keep the complexities in mind.


As a result, a statewide survey of classroom conditions in the Lone Star State didn't generate the expected information.


Closing in on a budget deal, North Carolina will restructure its pay system and provide teachers with raises averaging 7 percent.


Wisconsin's high court upheld a 2011 law severely curtailing public-employee bargaining and doing away with unions' ability to collect agency-shop fees.


The United Federation of Teachers released data that it claims show the state's due-process rules help teachers leave the profession in a timely fashion.


A second Vergara-inspired lawsuit in New York takes aim at teacher tenure.


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