Students whose teachers viewed their parents as less engaged in their schooling had lower grade point averages and were less likely to be recommended for advanced courses, according to a new study.
June 2018 Archives
On social media and at protests, teachers have raised concerns about the lasting psychological effect of this new immigration policy on children.
In a study of eight schools in Florida, 3rd grade teachers who reported more symptoms of depression spent less time in whole-group instruction and in preparing students for lessons.
Teachers and students: How do lockdowns and drills feel different in the weeks and months after school shootings?
Countries that score highest on an international measure of student achievement tend to have these three things in common when it comes to professional development for teachers.
In areas where the cost of living is rising, many teachers worry about covering their expenses. A new study of San Francisco teachers finds that this economic anxiety is linked with higher rates of missing work and leaving the profession altogether.
Melody Herzfeld, a drama teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, received an award this week for excellence in theater education from the biggest name in Broadway honors: the Tony Awards.