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August 10, 2018

In These Few States, Teachers Are Not Allowed to Serve in the State Legislature

Some state laws prohibit teachers from becoming state legislators because of potential conflicts of interest.

August 01, 2018

Teachers Weigh in on Pay, Safety, School Choice, and Evaluations in New Survey

A nationally representative survey by Educators for Excellence sheds some light on teachers' opinions on retirement benefits, leadership roles, school shootings, and more.

July 31, 2018

Instructional Coaching Works, Says a New Analysis. But There's a Catch

Instructional coaching can improve both instruction and student achievement, but there are difficulties bringing these programs to scale, research shows.

July 09, 2018

Most Teachers Say Feedback Has Improved Their Instruction, Survey Finds

A new national survey by the RAND Corporation sheds some light on how teachers value feedback and classroom observations in evaluation systems.

June 21, 2018

Should Schools Have Onsite Health Clinics for Teachers?

School-based health clinics for teachers and their families can significantly lower a district's health care costs and slightly reduce teacher absenteeism, a new study finds.

June 06, 2018

Want to Produce Good STEM Teachers? This Program Is Getting Results

A new study finds that teachers who graduated from the UTeach preparation program in Texas outperform other STEM teachers across the state.

April 18, 2018

The Teaching Force Has Grown Faster Than Student Enrollment—Except in These 4 States

In two of the states that have experienced teacher unrest over the last couple of months, the growth of their student populations has outpaced the growth of teachers, according to an Education Week analysis.

April 06, 2018

How Can School Leaders Maximize the Impact of Teacher Leadership?

The National Institute for Excellence in Teaching has launched an initiative to find scalable ways that schools can implement formal teacher leadership roles.

April 05, 2018

New Teachers Report That They Feel Well-Prepared for Their Roles

The majority of public school teachers with five or fewer years experience said they felt ready to lead their classrooms in the first year on the job, according to a new report.

March 29, 2018

'Looping' With Students Boosts Learning, Especially for Kids of Color, Study Says

Elementary students matched with the same teacher two years in a row show improvement in test scores, according to a new study, with the benefits being greatest for students of color.

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