The root cause of teacher dissatisfaction may have more to do with how the profession has been degraded and less on a perceived inability to handle the pressures of the job.
Every educator must be able to speak out without fear or retaliation on the issues that matter to educators, their students, and their communities.
Public education needs early career educators to begin advocating for their profession and their students. An NEA program is helping them find their voice.
“Suspect Red” by L.M. Elliott helps students understand how the paranoia and xenophobia of the McCarthy era remains relevant today.
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.
It’s easy to be overwhelmed by all the bad news lately, so we asked educators to let us know about the great things going on in their schools.
Nick Gattuso’s students have developed a suite of learning applications to assist students with disabilities.
When kids hear about travel bans, border walls, and refugee quotas, they start asking questions. Books can help.
By focusing too much on how students cheat, we may be ignoring some of the issues that are actually driving the behavior.
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.