From pay to support for online teaching to the biggest issue of all—student and educator safety—local and state NEA affiliates are standing up.
Value-added modeling is an unreliable, one-siz-fits-all method that leads to unfair and inaccurate performance evaluations.
Peer Assistance and Review hasn’t been widely adopted, but many districts believe teachers learn their craft best from other teachers.
States are right not to make teacher evaluation data public, but should parents make their own metrics by reviewing educators online?
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.
Dana Goldstein talks with NEA Today about her new book, The Teacher Wars: A History of America’s Most Embattled Profession.