A University of Arizona event that's designed to get high school seniors interested in becoming math teachers has been scrapped this year because educators were reluctant to recommend the profession to their students.
Teachers would have the authority to remove any student deemed a safety threat, under a proposed bill by Minnesota lawmakers.
Parents at one Bay Area middle school say teaching a week-long curriculum focusing on the LGBTQ community is discriminatory and not age appropriate.
Amid a recent rise in sexual misconduct cases involving teachers, the Clark County school district in Nevada is looking to implement a policy that restricts digital communication between students and teachers.
An academic advisor at the Middle Tennessee State University's College of Education has opened a clothing shop, Clothing Our Educators Boutique, intended to serve students who aren't equipped with professional clothing and are on a student budget.
White teachers are more likely to doubt educational prospects of black students, according to a new study.
Georgia educators say their input on a draft of the state's social studies standards is being ignored to boost political agendas.
Teachers generally invest a lot of money in their classrooms. But for new teachers, a lack of guidance may lead to a lot of misspent money.
Teachers at Jorge Prieto Math and Science Academy have decided to follow through with a previously planned field trip today, on the first of Chicago Public Schools' furlough days.
The social network has existed for over a decade, and many educators find it useful. But resistance remains.
A new poll finds that while 90 percent of parents would encourage their children to pursue a career in a STEM field, 87 percent said they would be "concerned" if that career happened to be as a K-12 teacher.
Focusing the responsibility for learning on students can be more effective than traditional lectures in improving student achievement in STEM courses, especially for underrepresented minority students, according to a new study.
As they grapple with new instructional expectations, a growing number of teachers are working to improve their practice through the "lesson study" approach to professional development.
Hanan Al Hroub, a secondary school teacher, grew up in a Palestinian refugee camp, and said she entered teaching as a way to help youth who experience trauma.
"It truly just came to me after I did a lot of thinking and praying."
A new report suggests educators continue to lack agency in choosing their own professional learning, but some say that teacher autonomy over PD isn't a perfect solution either.
The non-profit education organization DonorsChoose.org announced that celebrities, athletes, and more have pledged to flash fund over $14 million for over 11,000 public school classroom projects in communities across the country.
The program, known as "Best & Brightest," pays teachers based on their effectiveness ratings and their SAT and ACT scores.
"If you want to recruit and retain teachers of color, you have to make schools a place where students of color feel comfortable and feel like they're successful."
The California Department of Education has awarded a $500,000 grant for a project designed to get elementary school teachers better prepared to teach common-core math.