The National Education Association's 2019-20 budget shows that the membership losses were not as bad as anticipated.
A growing number of students have experienced a brain injury that could affect their ability to learn in school. Yet most teachers aren't prepared to work with these students.
Mentoring a student-teacher won't hurt a teacher's district evaluation score—in fact, it might even give it a boost, according to a working study.
A report by the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching delivers recommendations for creating a formal system of teacher leadership.
A study from the Fordham Institute says while traditional public schools and charter schools serve the same proportion of black students, charters have 35 percent more black teachers.
A growing number of states have passed bills that would expand on what is covered in sex education lessons, including adding language on consent and healthy relationships.
In a survey of educators in an urban Midwest district, 4 in 5 said the witnessed other staff doing things that were morally wrong, while almost half said they themselves had acted in a way that betrayed their values.
For educators who have staged strikes and walkouts over the past year and a half, calls to simply thank teachers can feel frustratingly inadequate, they say.
Nephron Pharmaceuticals, a drug manufacturing company in West Columbia, S.C., recently hired 650 current and retired teachers through a new program designed to provide educators with additional income.
There's a $40,000 difference between what the average teacher in New York makes, and what the average teacher in Mississippi makes.
Two award-winning teachers boycotted today's White House ceremony honoring the teachers of the year, saying that they wouldn't support an administration whose policies they feel have harmed their immigrant, refugee, and LGBTQ students.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will instead present the award to 2019 Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson, according to the Council of Chief State School Officers.
Rodney Robinson, Who Teaches Civics to Students in Juvenile Detention, Wins 2019 National Teacher of the Year
Robinson said his students, who are all incarcerated, deserve as much of a chance to achieve as other teenagers. "They just made mistakes, and they're paying for mistakes. But America is a country of second chances."
This incident is the latest in a string of newsmaking lessons on slavery this year—lessons that students and parents have called out as racist and harmful to black students.
Peter Tabichi, who has led his students in a remote, rural area of Kenya to win national recognition in science, is the fifth educator to win the annual Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize.
The news that some districts have banned teachers from using DonorsChoose has drawn a wave of reactions from teachers, administrators, and other readers.
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Deans for Impact Launch Project to Teach Learning Science in Colleges of Ed.
CZI is giving $1.5 million to Deans for Impact, a nonprofit group of education school leaders, to create a national network of colleges of education that want to teach the research behind how people learn.
As teacher-led crowdfunding grows ever more popular, school leaders are starting to voice concerns.
Education correspondent Emily Hanford of APM Reports spoke with Education Week about her radio documentary on early reading and what teachers should know about reading science.
Millennials Are the Most Diverse Generation, But the Teaching Force Hasn't Caught Up, Analysis Finds
While there are more teachers of color than there were a few decades ago, the teacher workforce is growing whiter than the college-educated population as a whole, according to a new analysis from Brookings.