Florida's teacher-evaluation law may be hastily implemented and unfair, but it's still legal, a federal court ruled.
The Texas AFT doesn't like a plan submitted by the Lone Star State as part of its NCLB waiver.
Teachers' union members are protesting an meeting staged by the advocacy organization Education Reform Now, which they depict as an example of big-money interests trying to profit off of public schools.
A federal suit against the Houston district's use of "value added" highlights the increasing pushback against new evaluation system--raising tough questions for districts, researchers, and unions alike.
New York City is closing in on a nine-year teacher contract.
An English teacher from Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts in Baltimore was named the 2014 National Teacher of the Year.
New York will allow candidates more time to pass a performance-based licensing test.
A poll finds that millennial college students don't find teaching a very prestigious major or profession, and certainly not one that pays enough.
The plan is being billed as an executive action by President Obama to staff all classrooms with effective teachers. In reality, it's a revival of a long-delayed 2012 effort.
Two North Carolina districts, for now, won't have to meet a June 30 mandate under an unpopular law that ends tenure.