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Facing a sharp drop in applications, Teach for America is expecting its smallest crop of first-year teachers in at least 15 years, …

169 teachers have left the Philadelphia School District since December Dozens of teachers have left the Philadelphia school district within the past two months, and filling those …

The School District of Philadelphia, like other districts across the nation, is facing a teacher and staff shortage as the coronavirus pandemic hits …

Recently I was informed by my employer that, because of an executive order signed by Gov. Spencer Cox on Jan. 31, I …

How politics and the pandemic put schools in the line of fire Test scores are down, and violence is up. Parents are screaming …

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona challenged schools to keep their focus on getting struggling students back on track Thursday, while acknowledging that the …

Research shows that more spending, if properly targeted, improves achievement for traditionally underserved students Two prominent economists testified this week in the …

Fewer students are heading into the teaching field, according to American College Testing (ACT) records. The ACT test measures a high school …

Melanie Hester could see her fifth graders were confused. A history lesson she was teaching about Native Americans asked the students to …

“You’re smart, you’re Asian, you’re queer and nonbinary, and you were raised by a single mom. Colleges will love you.” That’s the …

As a school psychologist, I’ve spent most of my time providing counseling for students and making sure those considered academically or behaviorally …

“Hello, my name is Melissa, and my son has expressed how excited he is to have a ‘man teacher’ this year, which …