Before the massive rush to remote learning, most teachers used digital resources as supplements rather than primary materials, a RAND study shows.
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April 16, 2020
March 03, 2020
As the importance of good reading instruction attracts new attention, data show that only 19 states require aspiring teachers to pass a test that shows they've mastered research-based methods for teaching children to read.
February 26, 2020
When teachers have experienced stressful events in their own childhoods, it could shape the way that they build classroom climate for their students, a study suggests.
January 22, 2020
Educators for Excellence took the temperature of teachers across the nation on issues ranging from compensation to preparation to union membership.
January 16, 2020
A new report from Student Achievement Partners claims that the popular reading program from literacy giant Lucy Calkins doesn't align to evidence-based practice. The review is the first in a new series that will evaluate reading programs against the scientific research base.
December 17, 2019
Here's a review of the research that sums up a big year for the teaching profession.
December 11, 2019
"In many respects, teacher-evaluation practices in [the D.C. school district] seem to be working to the advantage of students," one researcher said.
September 05, 2019
Most teachers believe in learning styles and the concept of being right-brained versus left-brained, which have both been debunked by research, a new survey found.
July 18, 2019
The International Literacy Association wades back into the reading wars with a new brief endorsing systematic, explicit phonics and decodable texts as key elements of early reading instruction.
June 10, 2019
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.