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.
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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.
States and testing vendors are trying to find solutions for teacher-candidates to get certified in order to prevent a disruption to the teacher pipeline.
Here are five takeaways on the teaching profession from the newly released 2017-18 National Teacher and Principal Survey.
As teachers tread into uncharted territory with an abrupt mass transition to remote learning, many are now having to decide: How much should they be enforcing school rules via webcam?
Virtual face time with teachers and classmates can be comforting for young children, experts say. Still, researchers caution against too much screen time.
Sharing moments of levity from the education world amid the mass disruption of schooling and life from the coronavirus.
Coronavirus has shut down schools across the country, forcing millions of students to learn at home. In this video, families from Seattle to Maine describe how they are adjusting to this new reality.