Founded in 1989, the National Teachers Hall of Fame recognizes dedicated, creative and successful educators from across the United States.
Data shows that the vast majority of classrooms across the country are still led by qualified educators but, with the challenges facing the teaching profession, can it hold?
A number of solutions to counter the shortage are on the table as school districts across the nation continue to lose drivers.
At a townhall in Virginia, education leaders discuss how ESSA can help reduce testing, increase enrichment programs, and improve school climate – anything and everything that makes a school great.
“Children’s Day, Book Day” is a year-long commitment to celebrate all children and to motivate them and their families to be readers.
While heartbreaking to read, the letters reveal a lot and may be changing the conversation about public education for the better.
As they retire, baby boomers are determined to use their experience to make their mark on the world again.
In a new book, an American teacher in Finland collects the best teaching practices of the world’s most lauded school system.
NEA-affiliated California Faculty Association adopts resolution calling for Cal State campuses to be a “safe zones” for students and families threatened by immigration enforcement.
Starting school later may be a challenging undertaking, but researchers say it is an idea that all stakeholders need to get behind.