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In a recent Education Week article, Mar Tucker, founder of the National Center on Education and the Economy, directly links schools of education and teacher performance.
Dr. Richard Garrett uses findings from his book to rebut Ruben Navarrette Jr.’s article titled ‘‘Teaching: If you don’t love it, leave it.’
Kerstin Westcott of Green Bay, Wisconsin details the unimaginable, everyday struggles our nation’s teachers are facing and why emotional exhaustion is one of the leading factors behind the high turnover rate of teachers.
Enjoy an excerpt from Richard W. Garrett’s latest book highlighting and defining the “Student Spectrum.”
With the cost of rent and living growing exponentially from year to year, some districts are attempting to ease the burden for their faculty and staff members.
Learn more about Chicago Native, Public School Alum, Educator, and now, Chicago Public Schools CEO, Janice Jackson.
With new research and studies based around how students can best achieve success, many schools are focusing on a more laid-back classroom.
Recently, an Oklahoma school district rewarded its teachers and staff with bonuses to the tune of $1000 in appreciation for their hard work
A new proposal may allow unlicensed teachers to serve Indiana public schools.
At Galt, California public schools, the focus, for administrators and teachers alike, is to find and focus on students' natural talents.