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Teachers who participate in mindfulness techniques to reduce stress are better at their jobs, a new study finds.
Detroit teachers continue to fight for fairness during Teacher Appreciation Week.
The 2016 National Teacher of the Year speaks out ahead of White House recognition.
A new survey reveals young adults want financial literacy instruction in high school.
President Obama might not discuss the crisis in DPS while meeting with Gov. Snyder today, but he should.
A new report from the White House showcases some achievements made in public education under the Obama administration.
Chicago teachers were not impressed by an effort from Mayor Rahm Emmanuel to show appreciation on National Teacher Appreciation Day.
These moments from this year's Teacher Appreciation Week are worth the read.
Some Boston teachers, students and parents aren't happy with the funding charter schools are receiving over public ones.
The report will include data about how students learn to build and create both in and out of the classroom.
Teachers are being recognized for their commitments to science education with an expense-paid Grand Canyon trip.
Donald Trump's got a few things wrong when discussing the state of education this week.
A top Detroit Public Schools official issued an open letter criticizing teachers for calling out sick to protest the potential of not getting paid.
A new report confirms the lack of teacher diversity in the nation's classrooms.
A start-up edtech company is making strides in its effort to replace pen-and-paper tests with digital ones.
Yet another survey reveals teachers have negative attitudes towards the profession.
Teacher Appreciation Week needs to extend to a year-long observance of teachers getting their voices heard.
The CDC has released new guidelines concerning the treatment of children suffering from ADHD.
The U.S. Department of Education wants higher education institutions to develop ways to be less discriminatory when asking for disciplinary records and criminal history on applications.
Parents are increasingly asking children to pay for college costs, but students aren't getting any more informed about making financial decisions.