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What is tenure for teachers? Is it a right or is it a terrible problem? Read this article for an unbiased answer to the question, 'What is tenure for teachers?'
If your child's teacher is using 'scripted teaching,' he may be using a tightly worded script to explain concepts, ask questions, and interact with students.
Find out why America may be failing math and what we can do about it.
Merit pay, at least under the Obama administration, is not a passing fad, but is considered an essential component of school reform.
Female teachers have dominated elementary schools for a long time.  But the ratio of male to female teachers has steadily declined over the past two decades.
The AFT and the NEA are in positions to influence what happens in our public schools, and they continue to draw fire for the woes of the public school system.
Here are five big issues raised by the film 'Waiting for Superman', and a breakdown of why you should care.
What's the story with merit pay for teachers? Here's what you need to know.
Giving your child the best possible education means making sure he has the best possible teachers. Here's how you can help.
Recent research promotes prekindergarten, yet many teachers are underpaid, leading to high turnover rates, and poor performance.
Learn more about Obama's plan to recruit, prepare, retain and reward high-quality teachers.
How much is an amazing teacher worth? The Equity Project Charter School plans on paying all teachers a whopping $125,000 a year in salary.
Schools across the country routinely complain about budget shortfalls. But a recent study shows that teachers are doing more than speaking up for their classrooms - they're funding them.
Despite talk about how “No Child Left Behind” is leaving educators overwhelmed, a recent study shows that teachers are happier than they’ve been in years.
This spring marks the 25th anniversary of what many call a turning point in American public education: the release of 'A Nation At Risk.'
Here's a summary of the biggest 3 changes being proposed in the blueprint for NCLB reauthorization, along with pros and cons.
It's Teacher Appreciation Week. What can you do to show your appreciation? The answer is pretty simple.
Has Obama and his administration made good on his education promises?
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