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February 17, 2012

Cursing Teachers Risk Getting the Axe

Arizona state Senator Lori Klein recently introduced a bill that would punish K-12 teachers for their use of profanity in the classroom.

February 15, 2012

Arts Educators Float an Alternative Evaluation Plan

Education officials in Tennessee seem to be making good on their promise to find alternate student-achievement measures to be incorporated into teacher evaluations for teachers in nontested subjects—though it's teachers who are doing much of the heavy lifting in getting the idea moving. The s...

February 02, 2012

Bright Ideas for Teacher Evaluation

Over the last few years, the teacher-evaluation debate has revolved mainly around whether—or to what extent—value-added scores should be involved. Since most researchers and educators agree an evaluation system needs multiple measures, there's also been some discourse around observations&#...

February 01, 2012

Google Redesigns Its Education Site

Google in Education recently launched its redesigned website in an effort to make navigation easier for teachers, schools, and students.

January 26, 2012

Update: Teachers No Longer Working for Free

Teachers in the Chester Upland School District, who had agreed to work for free when the district announced it was facing bankruptcy, will continue to receive paychecks.

January 25, 2012

Obama: Stop Bashing Teachers

Both Alyson Klein and Stephen Sawchuk have great roundups of President Obama's comments on education during his State of the Union address last night.

January 18, 2012

Wikipedia Blackout Makes Lesson Planning Impossible

As you probably know by now--thanks to either the widespread media coverage or a failed Internet search this morning--Wikipedia and several other websites instituted a 24-hour blackout today in protest of two anti-piracy bills under consideration in Congress.

January 09, 2012

Pa. Teachers Agree to Work for Free

Teachers in Pennsylvania's Chester Upland School District have agreed to continue working even though the district can no longer afford to pay them.

January 05, 2012

Survey: Majority Say U.S. Teachers Underpaid

More than half of Americans believe that U.S. teachers are underpaid, according to a national telephone survey by Poll Position.

December 30, 2011

Top 10 Teacher Stories of 2011

Over the past year, Education Week Teacher published a mix of stories on teacher issues, including first-person opinion pieces written by teachers, articles offering practical classroom tips, and write-ups of the latest studies and research on the teaching profession.

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