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July 21, 2017

A Look at How Teachers Are Coping With Their Student Loan Debt

When it comes to paying off student loans, many teachers say they're scared about their ability to do so and confused about their options, according to a recent survey by NPR's education team.

July 14, 2017

Don't Just Do 'Station Rotation': 3 New Ways to Teach With Tech

A new paper looks at how a handful of teachers have modified their use of the "station rotation" blended learning model to better serve their students.

July 12, 2017

This Isn't Your Mom's Parent-Teacher Conference

Schools across the country are ditching the traditional parent-teacher conference for academic workshops, where it's the parents who are learning the skills their children need to master.

July 07, 2017

Want Principals to Rate Teachers Honestly? Take Away the Stakes.

Principals are more likely to rate teachers as ineffective in a confidential setting than on a formal evaluation with stakes attached, a new study finds.

July 06, 2017

Teachers Trained Through Fast-Track Program No Better or Worse Than Their Peers

Teachers prepared through a popular alternative certification program perform similarly to other teachers in their districts, despite having had a condensed training schedule, according to a recent federal study.

June 27, 2017

What Can Make Black, Female Students Feel Valued? Having Black, Female Teachers.

Students feel happier, more valued, and more motivated when they have a teacher of the same race and gender as them, a new study finds.

May 31, 2017

What Happened to All of the New Orleans Teachers Fired After Hurricane Katrina?

A new study shows that half of them never taught in Louisiana again.

May 03, 2017

What Kinds of Professional Development Are Teachers Doing?

A new report from the Institute of Education Sciences provides a snapshot of the types of PD teachers were doing in the 2011-2012 school year.

May 02, 2017

More Teachers Are Creating GoFundMe Campaigns to Pay for Classroom Supplies

Teachers across the country are turning to GoFundMe to pay for a range of classroom supplies, from pencils and paper to iPads, according to new data released by the fundraising website.

April 26, 2017

There Are No Quick Fixes for Teacher Shortage, Report Warns

A new report homes in on strategies the authors say will increase the flow of teachers into areas where they're in shortest supply.

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