Though Banned Books Week ends on October 1, teachers and school librarians may deal with censorship issues at any point in a school year. How should they navigate them?


For teachers looking to get students involved in the presidential debate, there are several online election resources that promote student engagement.


Teacher Appreciation Day isn't until May, but instances of students showing their appreciation to teachers in the meantime have gone viral.


Some districts have used housing incentives, like subsidized housing or loan assistance, as a teacher recruitment tactic.


An education technician will administer the Rosetta Stone program to students in the school's French and Spanish classes.


A recent study that looked at over a decade of data found there is a positive spillover effect in teaching, as student achievement improves when an effective teacher joins a grade-level team.


A new poll from the USC Rossier School of Education found that California voters are generally supportive of teachers and place less emphasis on standardized tests than they do students' social-emotional health.


Several articles published in Education Week's inaugural issue have similar themes to issues plaguing the teaching profession today.


Footage from an Education Week video project explores the topic of bridging the cultural divides that often exists between teachers and students.


A new study suggest that physical attractiveness of educators may play an overlooked part in student learning.


A website run by the National Writing Project and PBS member station KQED will publish students' letters to the next president about issues that matter to them.


These teachers work about 13 hours a week at their extra jobs, and an additional 17 hours a week doing school-related work outside the classroom.


The use of exercise equipment in the classroom can improve both student health and learning.


A student teacher in Chicago made a rap video for students to welcome them to school.


Teaching about this year's election is particularly exciting to other teachers, though, given all its historic firsts.


Administrators of a Florida district were forced to reverse mandate that teachers spend 90 minutes a week in group meetings after outcry from union.


A new report by Brookings Institution found that if college graduation rates do not become more equitable and more graduates of color do not consider the teaching profession, it will be more than 50 years before the teacher diversity gap closes.


In Denmark classrooms, teaching empathy is a key part of school curriculum. What lessons can U.S. educators draw about how to develop the skill in their students?


A controversial policy in Utah that allows schools to hire people without a teaching license or experience is now effective, despite outcry.


A new report by the Economic Policy Institute finds that the pay gap for teachers has grown significantly in recent decades.


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