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An analysis says Teach for America and Teaching Fellows members can sometimes boost student math scores.
The United States should take a lesson from Israel when it comes to national service.
Urban residency programs offer intensive mentoring and in-class preparation.
The well-connected and the influential constitute a powerful lobby for spending.
Some administrators and critics of the program say it's to blame when older teachers get pink slips.
Organization's energy sets a good example in education, writes Andrew Rotherham, so why the vitriol?
Teach for America alumni could bring a new approach to education reform.
The "New York Times," "Wall Street Journal," and others offer their salutes to the education organization.
TFA will have 3,700 new teachers next fall, up from 2,900.
Two Teach for America members confront the challenges of life in a Los Angeles high school.