Sabbaticals are commonplace at the university level, but few and far between for K-12 teachers. This district has offered them for decades.
February 2019 Archives
Teachers in Vail, Ariz., can't afford to live where they teach. It's a common problem. This district is turning to tiny houses to help.
Among college students majoring in education, black and Hispanic undergraduates face financial challenges and demands on their time that their white peers do not, according to a new report.
The four nationally recognized educators also spoke with Education Week about attracting new talent to the profession and the importance of civics education.
At an event in El Paso, Texas, hundreds of teachers, including many who've received their state's highest recognition, gathered to protest the Trump administration's policy of detaining migrant children and separating them from their parents. See what some teachers had to say.
Melissa Salguero, an elementary school music teacher in New York City, is the only U.S. teacher among the 10 finalists announced today.
As districts across the country have struggled to attract and retain qualified teachers, some school systems are offering new benefits for their employees. Watch the video for a first look at a new Education Week series.
The teachers who designed them say that these artworks are more than just decoration—the door collages reflect lessons, values, and black cultural history that the educators want their students to engage with all year round.
Differentiation doesn't have to mean spending hours creating separate lessons for every student. In these two videos, veteran educators Larry Ferlazzo and Katie Hull Sypnieski describe techniques they use to meet students where they are in a multi-ability classroom.
In a new report, the National Network of State Teachers of the Year surveyed teacher-awardees and their colleagues about strategies they have put in place to address the opportunity gap in their schools.