Teachers now say they are more likely to leave the classroom at the end of this school year than they were before the coronavirus pandemic began, according to an EdWeek Research Center survey.
After nearly a week of protests against police brutality and the death of George Floyd, teachers are looking for lessons they can use to help students process this moment. Education Week compiled a list.
Teachers are tasked with helping their students work through their feelings about the protests and police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other unarmed black men and women.
Educators for Excellence asked 600 teachers about instruction during the school shutdowns, their perspectives on remote learning, and concerns for next school year.
The first preschool teacher to win the national award in its 68-year history teaches in a local retirement community and nursing home in Winfield, Kan.
The technical problems prompted students, parents, and advocates to file a lawsuit against the College Board, which administers the test.
Some teachers are asking students to keep a daily record of life during the shutdowns. In this Education Week video, 5th and 7th graders read their entries aloud.
The College Board's national experiment with virtual AP exams gets underway this week amid accusations and stern warnings about student cheating.
Sharing moments of levity and hope from the education world amid the mass disruption of schooling and life from the coronavirus.
In two-parent households, who's taking on the biggest role as schoolwork supervisor? It appears that the answer depends on who you ask.
Three incredible stories of teachers who have come up with creative ways to mark milestones and connect with students.
This Teacher Appreciation Week, the Grammy award-winning musician will honor 10 teachers and give out $300,000 in partnership with Box Tops for Education.
In recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week, here are three of the many examples of teachers finding creative, fun, and generous ways to teach while their students are stuck at home.
These teachers are doing whatever they can to help their students during COVID-19, including donating money to needy families, caring for a baby, and visiting a student to cheer her up.
As states begin to consider what reopening schools might look like, a new analysis of federal data warns that teachers could be more susceptible to severe illness from COVID-19.
How should schools address learning loss from coronavirus-related closures? A new survey from the Collaborative for Student Success asked teachers, administrators, and policymakers.
A growing number of online communities are emerging to help teachers get strategies and tips on distance learning from their colleagues.
The teachers' union's board of directors voted to cancel in-person attendance at its annual Representative Assembly due to the coronavirus outbreak and will conduct a scaled-down virtual convention instead.
A small group of science teachers in Missouri is using the coronavirus as a teachable moment that's aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards.
Before the massive rush to remote learning, most teachers used digital resources as supplements rather than primary materials, a RAND study shows.