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June 24, 2014

Tennessee Teacher-Retention Bonus Paid Dividends, Study Finds

A teacher-retention bonus helped keep top teachers in Tennessee's low-performing schools, a new study finds.

April 08, 2014

Research: New Hires May Be Staying Longer

Teachers hired during the Great Recession seem to be staying longer.

March 14, 2014

Sec. Duncan Proposes Teacher-Leadership Initiative

The education secretary outlines an initiative to promote teacher leadership.

January 30, 2014

Teacher-College Group Unveils Legislation for Fellowship Programs

Model legislation from the AACTE would support tuition-fellowship programs for academically strong high school students to train to teach in high-needs schools.

January 22, 2014

Teachers' Working Conditions in Charters: How Different Are They?

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.

August 29, 2013

Feds Eye Teacher 'Equitable Distribution' Through Waivers

Through its ESEA waivers, the U.S. Department of Education is renewing a focus on ensuring at-risk students have access to effective teachers.

July 05, 2013

NEA Digital-Learning Policy Eschews Online-Only Instruction

The training and qualifications of educators, balance of face-to-face to online learning, and role of technology tools are discussed in the NEA's new statement.

April 05, 2013

Where Teachers and Schools Can Hook Up!

A new ed. start-up seeks to match teachers with schools that share a similar mission or philosophy.

December 18, 2012

Recruiter Must Pay Damages to Filipino Teachers

A Los Angeles-based firm has been ordered to pay some $4.5 million to hundreds of Filipino teachers it recruited to work in Louisiana schools.

December 13, 2012

Teacher-Pension Systems Flagged as Cause for Alarm

States have made dozens of changes to their teacher-pension systems in the past four years, but those changes largely fail to deal with longer-term structural problems—and actually come at teachers' expense, contends a report issued today.

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