The latest news on teachers
Many Chicago elementary school students will head back to school in early August.
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Conn. teachers union says secretly recorded videos uploaded to YouTube can hurt teachers' reputations.
The N.J. legislature approved a pilot program that offers an alternative way to earn certification.
A study says teachers who take alternative routes into classrooms have the same impact on students.
A new book examines six inner city schools that are thriving.
One school district may ask for pay raises back to avoid layoffs.
A drug-testing plan that pays bigger salaries to teachers in Hawaii backfires.
Obama's education pick faces tough choices between unions and revolutionaries, Richard Whitmire writes.
Seeing students develop and gain appreciation of the joy of learning can be very rewarding.