A new study found that a teacher coaching program led to teachers issuing fewer and more equitable disciplinary referrals.
July 2016 Archives
Roxanna Elden, a former teacher who created a popular email series of encouragement for educators in 2015, returns with online support for first-year teachers in their first days of school.
According to Gallup, only 20 percent of teachers who are parents are fully engaged and would advocate for their children's school.
The phenomena of the mobile game Pokémon Go has been touted for its learning possibilities. It might also have particular benefits for children with autism.
Six state teachers of the year traveled to Finland to see how one of the world's top education systems treats its teachers.
A new report finds that teachers want to be empowered to lead the implementation of personalized learning with administrative support.
The Republican Party's draft platform now supports teaching the Bible in public schools. What might the addition mean for teachers?
The famous educator was fired by the Los Angeles school district last year for alleged misconduct towards students.
A small European study found that teachers think educational robots have benefits for students, but they're skeptical of fitting robots into the curriculum and using limited class time.
An increasing number of schools are revamping their grading practices, including the use of 'no zero' policies.
Special education and science and math are the fields with the highest demand for teachers, prompting signing bonuses of thousands of dollars.
A recent alum of the Harvard Graduate School of Education with a background in working with immigrant students is developing a lesson-sharing website specifically for teachers of English-language learners.
Researchers found that in classrooms where teachers were feeling more burned out, students' stress levels were higher.