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.
Show us how you arranged your space for the new school year with the hashtag #SeeMyClassroom.
The school district says she violated the county's social media policy that holds employees "responsible for their public conduct" outside of school.
"Local rules generally dictate what actually occurs in our classrooms, and in my experience, it's also where educators are most often left out," writes Mandy Manning.
Nearly 1 in 10 U.S. hosts on the popular home rental site work in education or teaching, according to a new survey from the company.
As the school year begins, veteran educators have offered advice for new teachers on Twitter, using hashtags like #ntchat and #newteacherjourney. Education Week collected some of the highlights.
The money will fund projects at schools where more than half of the students come from low-income households, and $100,000 is reserved specifically for projects providing science and technology opportunities for girls.
A new survey examines which students want to be teachers and what's drawing them to—or driving them from—the profession.
Five state teachers of the year visited a private school in Berlin, met German teachers, and toured a vocational training program. Here's what they learned.
These e-cigarettes are easy to hide, have a flavored smell, and don't emit much vapor. So how is a teacher to know if a student is vaping in class? This four-minute video explains.
Levine, well-known for his sharp critiques of teacher-education programs, oversaw the creation of the foundation's own teacher-preparation program and teaching fellowship.
A new brief from the Brookings Institution poses the question: Is overrepresentation of women in the teaching force negatively affecting boys' achievement?
In a new study from the Stanford Graduate School of Education, students whose teachers underwent a professional-development program challenging the "myth of the math person" scored higher on an assessment of math ability.
"Teachers are nation-builders," said Hayes, a former history teacher in Waterbury, Conn., who is running as a Democrat for an open seat in Connecticut's fifth congressional district.
Black students are underrepresented in teacher-preparation programs at most colleges and universities, according to a new analysis by the Urban Institute.
At the Memorial to Fallen Educators in Emporia, Kan., a June 21 ceremony honored 10 teachers, administrators, and school staff members who died on the job during the 2017-18 school year.
The 2017-18 cohort of "Peace Teachers" with the United States Institute of Peace helped students apply strategies for addressing global conflict to problems in their communities.
Students whose teachers viewed their parents as less engaged in their schooling had lower grade point averages and were less likely to be recommended for advanced courses, according to a new study.
On social media and at protests, teachers have raised concerns about the lasting psychological effect of this new immigration policy on children.