The latest news on teachers
The chancellor's efforts to enact a merit pay system could ripple across the nation.
The "teaching naked" movement encourages professors to stop using technology in the classroom.
The tale of an autistic student in Massachusetts shows the issues that come with restraint practices.
Some administrators and critics of the program say it's to blame when older teachers get pink slips.
Struggling to control special-needs students sometimes leads teachers to use risky techniques.
In urban classrooms, novices learn on the job, and the children suffer.
Nearly 75 percent of Massachusetts teaching candidates fail new licensing test.
New York City closes additional schools to keep the virus from spreading.
A wave of retirements could create a severe teacher shortage in just a few years, a new study says.
Many Chicago elementary school students will head back to school in early August.