August 2018 Archives

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.


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