Public education is just one path to the road of opportunity, say leading experts.
New federal data reveals how trends surrounding public school educators have shifted (or not) over recent years.
The increase of low-grad-rate schools in some states is a “roadblock” on the way to a milestone 90% graduation rate, study finds.
The White House honored and celebrated the work of education support professionals (ESP) as “Champions of Change.”
Boundaries and guidelines are crucial, but is teacher-student texting too valuable to ban or over-regulate?
Under ESSA, states have the flexibility to design new accountability systems. Unless educators have a voice in this process, says NEA vice president, the new law could easily falter.
On National Teacher Day, “let us ensure our educators know how much we value their service in the classroom,” Obama said.
Five teachers, including two NEA members, who will be inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame (NTHF) in 2016.