The latest news on teachers
Educators can download free teaching materials and get paid to share their lessons.
Only 5 percent of U.S. high schools offered the AP test in computer science last year.
The new standards will change high school requirements, but turn out stronger graduates, advocates say.
Splitting teaching duties can reach kids at different levels and prevent teacher burnout, experts say.
So-called parent trigger laws in seven states allow parents to take control of failing public schools.
Training helps teachers bring fresh outlooks and techniques into the classroom.
If teachers don't approve strike-ending proposal Tuesday afternoon, the conflict goes to court.
The situation in Chicago public schools is terrible, but teachers can't be blamed for factors they can't control.
President forced to choose between former chief of staff and hometown teachers union.
Teachers can help students work through anti-Muslim prejudices with 9/11 lessons.