Let’s debate if teachers receive effective professional development or whether students have the necessary supports – but not if experience is valuable.
Hundreds of U.S. faculty, including NEA members, have been reported to Professor Watchlist, a right-wing web site that identifies ‘radical’ professors.
Ruling is a win for our educators, our schools and our students, says NEA President. “Now we must return to working on real solutions.”
“My rights in the classroom protect the right of my students to a good education,” says California teacher as court reviews ‘Vergara’ decision.
A Maine university shutters programs and forces out one of every five full-time faculty members. This is the business model of higher education in action.
Public education was major news in 2014. Here are the issues that scored the biggest headlines.
A lot of people looked to make their mark on education this year – for better or worse. Find out who deserves an apple and who gets an onion.