September 2017 Archives

In particular, English teachers reported weaker relationships with Asian American students, and math teachers had worse relationships with Latino students.


A new report draws on 21 key indicators to rank all 50 states and the District of Columbia from the best to the worst places for teachers to work. See how your state ranks.


A decade after teaching middle school, this college dean has seen 11 of her former students pursuing degrees in education at her graduate school.


There's a teacher turnover rate of about 16 percent, and it's mostly because of teachers' dissatisfaction with their jobs, according to the Learning Policy Institute.


Classrooms were destroyed for many teachers in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey. Now, those teachers are trying to rebuild to create a safe and welcoming space for students.


As studies continue to prove the educational value of podcasts, educators across the country are using them to teach research skills, critical thinking, and storytelling. Here's how they do it.


The IBM Foundation has launched a website called Teacher Advisor with Watson, which uses artificial intelligence to find high-quality elementary math resources and lessons.


Education Week asked two second-year teachers to share some tweets with advice for new teachers—and to reflect on their own triumphs and struggles their first year in the classroom.

A Maryland school district is asking its new teachers to develop an "outward mindset" when conflicts arise in the classroom. It's part of a training approach developed by the Arbinger Institute to help improve the culture of organizations.


The Twilight Awards will honor teachers, parents, principals, and students who convey leadership, the popular Chicago musician announced.


Education Week filmed teachers setting up their classrooms to prepare for the first day of school, capturing the whirlwind of excitement and nerves.

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