A new Education Week special report explores strategies that districts and states are using to improve professional development.
The U.S. secretary of education also told the teachers of the year that her job is to get "Washington out of the way so you can do yours."
The 2016-17 Milken Educator Award recipient shares how her class used a 3-D printer to build a little girl's prosthetic hand.
President Bill Clinton spoke at the partner summit of 100Kin10, a national nonprofit to recruit, prepare, and support 100,000 STEM teachers by 2021.
Education researcher Linda Darling-Hammond's new book, Empowered Educators: How High-Performing Systems Shape Teaching Quality, studies how seven high-performing jurisdictions recruit, develop, and support high-quality teachers.
Sydney Chaffee, who is the first teacher from Massachusetts to win this award, teaches her students about social justice movements.
Education Week Teacher blogger Larry Ferlazzo shares five ways teachers can help students make connections across subject areas and the world beyond the classroom.
A U.S. educator unpacks the lessons teachers can draw from Finnish classrooms—including the secret to joyful teaching and happier students.
It takes coffee—and some other essentials—to run a classroom. Teachers shared their five must-haves when it comes to classroom organization and enhancing their instruction.
The teacher-training program, which is a free resource for all educators, focuses on preparing teachers to inspire students.
Jim Ryan, the dean of Harvard Graduate School of Education, was just one of the many educators running the race for a cause.
Looking to buy a house? If you're a teacher, affordability options are slim in many cities, according to a new study by the real estate website Trulia.
Sean Nank, an award-winning math educator, discusses the challenges of teaching mathematics—and the subject's greatness.
Wendi Pillars, a frequent contributor to Education Week Teacher, is one of 35 teachers from the United States and Canada to explore some of the world's marvels with the Lindbald Expeditions National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Program.
A Johns Hopkins University study found that if a low-income black student has just one black teacher in elementary school, that student's probability of dropping out is reduced by 29 percent.
On the heels of Reading Awareness Month, and as schools celebrate School Library Month, Education Week's opinion bloggers share their strategies for how to get students reading.
Hundreds of New York City teachers learned how to incorporate the themes and the plot of the Broadway musical "Hamilton" into their lessons.
A viral video shows a teacher delivering a bizarre spelling test—and his students' hilarious reactions.
A national survey found that most teachers don't think state education agencies have sought enough input from teachers in developing their state ESSA plans.
A study by Northwestern University finds that teachers' physical proximity to one another plays an important role in the way they interact and, ultimately, in how successful they are at collaborating.