What it means to be a good teacher has changed over time, along with prevailing views on what constitutes appropriate behavior.
Children in classrooms – particularly in disadvantaged areas – are already feeling the very real effects of funding cuts.
South Africa has a low number of male teachers in the foundation phase. Why this must change.
A new study suggests LGB teachers in rural schools far likelier to have depression or anxiety than those in towns or cities.
If we don’t find ways to keep new teachers in schools then we face a teacher shortage, larger class sizes and more people teaching outside their field of expertise.
A much more flexible and open teaching and language policy would help teachers and pupils to enable a meaningful learning environment in a multilingual and diverse classroom setting.
Nearly 1 million teachers in France – 4% of the employed population – work with students on a daily basis, in the public or private sector. How do they feel?
Teachers get paid a decent starting salary but they soon fall behind other professionals the longer they stay in the job.
In Nordic and Latin American countries, education systems promote well-being and resilience. The UK still has a lot to learn.
Teacher unions have a thing or two to teach the the union movement about how to succeed when strikes don't work.
Study shows how to help students achieve their full potential.
Teachers are increasingly being encouraged to take mindfulness courses so that they can begin teaching it to pupils.
Teaching during the Section 28 era has left a damaging legacy for those LGBT teachers who lived through it.
When it comes to inclusive education, England has gone backwards, with more and more students placed in segregated provision or excluded from educational opportunities.
When it comes to reading, choosing the books your child reads, forcing them to read at certain times and asking them questions about their books are all big no nos.
Most of the gains from the record economy went to those at the top, while everyone else saw much smaller gains – if any – in income and wealth.
Over half of Australian teachers suffer from anxiety and nearly one-fifth are depressed.
Taking everyday lessons outside can improve well-being and engagement, yet it is not as used as often as it could be.
US schools now collect detailed data on their students. But teachers and parents need to think carefully about how that data is used – and what it shows, or doesn't show, about a student.
Front-line workers employed both inside and outside of the classroom are an integral part of schooling, yet we deny their work conditions are relevant to quality education.