Many teachers leave the classroom soon after entering the profession. Here are five educators who are determined to stay and make a difference in students’ lives.
Public education needs early career educators to begin advocating for their profession and their students. An NEA program is helping them find their voice.
If the education system wants to attract more talented young people to the teaching profession, says a former educator, a culture shift is in order.
Here’s a glimpse of 30 young educators who—early in their careers—are building networks of support, growing their skillset, and raising their voices as leaders.
New programs recruit community members to help them become teachers, creating a profession that reflects the diversity of the student population.
A new book explores how middle class teachers of color can balance economic and social class when working in low-income schools.
Teaching is one of the most sleep-deprived occupations. Here are some facts about sleep you should know as you plan your day.
A victory at the ballot box demonstrates the collective power of educators in the fight for better pay, lower class size, and professional development.
The school year is well underway, but a new educator can still make adjustments to avoid feeling overwhelmed.