On average, teachers are more than twice as likely as non-teachers to have voice problems and three times more likely to see a doctor about the issue.
Cell phones in the classroom are more commonplace, but many educators wonder if we really understand the long-term consequences.
Here’s how to avoid the “blame game” that can consume so many parent-teacher relationships.
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?
Your students don’t need to be stressed to succeed. Neither do you.
A California educator offers his tips on spreading RAOK Month throughout the nation’s schools and classrooms.
A controversial new book argues that schools should not require advanced math. But maybe it’s more of a question of just slowing down the pace.
Thanks to Wendell Tabb’s award-winning drama program, Hillside High students are shining onstage from New York to Beijing and Los Angeles to Lima.
New Jersey teacher and NEA member Nicholas Ferroni honored by Human Rights Campaign for LGBTQ advocacy.