Clinton visit and action taken to protect rights of LGBTQ students highlight 2016 RA.
“When students look at us they see role models and someone they can be proud of,” says Connecticut educator Jahana Hayes.
In making decisions about education, “we should listen to the teachers and the support professionals who are with our kids every day” Clinton says.
In keynote address to 2016 NEA RA, Eskelsen García urges delegates to turn back demagoguery and win something better for students, families, and communities.
ESSA elevates arts, social studies, music, and other key subjects, but educators will have to work with lawmakers to ensure that the NCLB era is truly over.
Cell phones in the classroom are more commonplace, but many educators wonder if we really understand the long-term consequences.
Study: The common refrain that teacher effectiveness plateaus after only a few years in the classroom is simply untrue.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the nation’s first charter school law. As scrutiny over the sector increases, some experts hope the right lessons have been learned.
New federal data reveals how trends surrounding public school educators have shifted (or not) over recent years.
Boundaries and guidelines are crucial, but is teacher-student texting too valuable to ban or over-regulate?