New research from Texas State University offers a closer look at what factors lead a teacher to list a project—and how educators may be shifting their instructional priorities to become more marketable on the platform.
In an exclusive interview with Education Week, the nationally recognized teacher who was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives discusses why she decided to run and her priorities as a new lawmaker.
Men were also more likely to request a transfer to a school with a male principal.
For those looking to donate to survivors of the fire, here's a list of local charities and crowdfunding campaigns supporting students, teachers, and communities.
The philanthropic organization will give $1 million to support Neuroteach Global, a platform designed by the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning that aims to help teachers understand and apply learning science.
In the U.S., people say teachers are underpaid by an average of $7,500 a year, according to a new global survey.
After photos surfaced of staff at dressed in Halloween costumes as Mexicans and a border wall bearing the slogan "Make America Great Again," the employees responsible won't be returning to their classrooms on Monday.
In a new study, most teachers said they thought race should be discussed in the classroom, but that they didn't know whether parents would be in favor of those conversations.
Teachers need time for professional development and collaboration—and principal leadership plays a key role, argues a new report from STEM advocacy organization 100Kin10.
A new article from Education Next asserts that students from low-income families may not be getting enough homework.
Elizabeth Kleinrock, a teacher in Los Angeles, uses a graphic organizer to talk with her students about respecting personal boundaries.
Tennessee improved its teacher evaluation and training systems by integrating data and teacher voice, according to a new report. But value-added measures that evaluate teachers based on student test scores remain controversial.
Some stars are asking their Instagram followers to buy supplies for teachers in underserved areas using #10FeaturedTeachers.
After nine years of faithful blogging for Education Week Teacher, retired educator Nancy Flanagan has written her 500th and final post for the website.
A new study confirms that the New Teacher Center's teacher induction program raises students' math achievement and finds new evidence that mentorship improves teachers' instruction.
On platforms like Donors Choose and GoFundMe, teachers are fundraising for classroom barricades and emergency lockdown supplies.
In this video, teacher and author Larry Ferlazzo explains that differentiation is not about long nights of planning and grading, but about being flexible and making decisions in the moment based on what students need.
Students share experiences of anxiety in class as a result of presentations.
We asked, and you answered: See the classroom set ups readers shared with the #SeeMyClassroom hashtag.
While some students said the process helped them reflect on their practice and create effective assessments, others said that the assessment didn't help them grow at all as educators.