NEA announces the first winners of its new fund for supporting local education projects.
A study controls for teachers' background characteristics to arrive at a better understanding of the differences between teachers' experiences in charters and traditional public schools in one Texas district.
The Orleans Parish school board and the state of Louisiana owe $1.5 billion in damages resulting from a class action by the teachers.
Find out how the federal teacher programs fared in the recently completed budget deal.
The NEA teams up with a for-profit to provide fully detailed common-core lessons and units from specially selected "master teachers."
A Colorado lawmaker wants to end collective bargaining, through a proposal that bears similarities to Republican-sponsored legislation approved in other states.
Rep. George Miller, who will retire at the end of his term, helped shape the congressional appetite for teacher-quality reforms.
The same judge has twice struck down a 2012 tenure- and pay-reform law in the Pelican State.
Once again, value-added is a no-go for the American Federation of Teachers.
That's the call from several scholars, and from an organization that thinks the Education Department needs to make the first move.