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March 30, 2016

Teacher Placements on Trial in Colorado 'Mutual Consent' Case

Colorado's highest court is wading into the teacher tenure debate by agreeing to hear a case over how Denver Public School is placing tenured teachers on unpaid leave.

March 29, 2016

Teachers' Unions Sigh in Relief as SCOTUS Deadlocks in Friedrichs Case

The 4-4 ruling means unions can still charge agency fees of nonmembers.

March 21, 2016

Strange Bedfellows: Many AFT Members' Pensions Invested in Pearson

With many teachers' pensions invested in the education giant, the union wants to be sure the company is profitable.

March 18, 2016

Master-Teacher Program in New York Will Expand

While many teachers' unions have voiced support for master-teacher programs, some see New York's program as a thinly veiled merit-pay system.

March 16, 2016

Kansas Bill Looks to Install Annual Referendums on Teachers' Unions

Kansas Republicans are looking to follow Wisconsin's lead by requiring teachers unions to pass annual recertification votes.

February 24, 2016

Should Teachers' Union Officials Help Approve the Budget?

A New Jersey teachers' union official's appointment to a school finance board was a potential conflict of interest, a court ruled.

February 16, 2016

Union-Fees Case in Limbo Following Scalia's Death

Teachers' unions have temporarily won a reprieve from the Friedrichs case squarely aimed at their ability to collect some fees from nonmembers.

January 21, 2016

Detroit Seeks Injunction to Prevent Teacher Sick-Outs

The district seeks to bar teachers from staging sick-outs. which have closed dozens of schools in recent months.

January 11, 2016

Teacher 'Sickouts' Shutter Half of Detroit Schools

Teachers are furious about benefit concessions, decrepit schools, and plans to split the district in two.

December 15, 2015

Chicago Teachers Authorize Strike as City Seeks Funding

If teachers walk off the job, it will be the second strike in three years; Chicago teachers struck in 2012 for seven days.

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