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.
The UFT will seek legislation to curb mayoral control of schools.
California's standards board is poised to require teacher "interns" to receive more training on English-learners.
A judge struck down Louisiana's 2012 tenure- and pay-reform law.
A project investigates whether it's possible to define core competencies for novice teachers, and whether prep programs are teaching them.