Denver teachers, who had staged a three-day strike over the district's pay structure, are encouraged to return to school today.

Denver teachers will be on strike for a third day on Wednesday, in a fight for higher wages.

About 5,000 Denver teachers will strike on Monday over a dispute centered around the district's performance-pay model. Here's what to know.

The U.S. Department of Education announced on Thursday that it would be reaching out to some educators who saw their grant aid turned into loans under a federal financial aid program for teachers, beginning a reconsideration process that could result in these debts being forgiven.

A week after the teacher strike concluded, the Los Angeles Unified board of education has unanimously approved the contract deal with the teachers' union.

About 80 teachers from three public charter schools in Los Angeles ended their strike with progress made toward their demands.

The New York state legislature passed a bill that would make the use of state test scores in these evaluations optional, leaving the decision up to districts and making it subject to collective bargaining.

Denver teachers could head to the picket lines on Monday, unless the state intervenes.

Teachers are expected to ratify the tentative agreement and return to school on Wednesday.

As Los Angeles teachers remain on strike for a fifth day, some shared the real-world consequences of large class sizes and not having enough support staff.

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