It’s not just COVID-19. Low salaries, subpar working conditions and lack of resources in the classroom are three of the reasons why teachers are abandoning the profession.
An English professor takes a critical look at why today’s students are assigned the same books that were assigned decades ago – and why American school curricula are so difficult to change.
By adopting aspects of the expressive arts in the classroom, teachers may help children discover a healing narrative.
Calls for tougher laws against assaults on teachers have been thwarted by efforts to keep kids in school.
This week, NSW teachers learned they were going to get a “helping hand” preparing lessons from the start of term 4
A veteran school administrator offers insights on how children’s caretakers can better prepare them for a new school year.
Most Australians do not believe religious institutions should be allowed to discriminate against people based on the teachings of their faith.
Burnout is a serious problem that deserves all of our attention. An academic who studies the issue offers some practical tips to deal with the problems associated with burnout.
There are more than 600,000 students in government and Catholic schools learning English as an additional language.
With teachers reporting record-high levels of burnout, and more burnout than any other profession in the US, scholars examine what’s going on and what it may mean for education.
Recently, specious claims against critical race theory have been showing up in Canada. School boards are being questioned about their anti-racism policies and the teaching of CRT to students.
The government’s COVID policy for schools needs to shift from insisting on attendance to supporting the well-being of children, staff and families wherever they are.
The teacher shortage in Australia has reached crisis levels. We will fix this by improving the conditions for existing teachers, not with cash incentives for university students.
As the national debate over LGBTQ rights continues, teachers in the Midwest are facing challenges similar to those facing their colleagues elsewhere in the US.
Kindergarten educators who taught from home during COVID-19 and who were primarily responsible for their own children self-reported poorer mental health than those without these responsibilities.
Interviews and surveys with hundreds of teachers and school administrators reveal the effect of persistent staffing shortages on school personnel – and on students.
Election time presents teachers, parents and citizens with an opportunity to put pressure on local candidates and demand courageous policy that will improve education in ways the community needs.
A teacher was fired this month for reading his favourite picture book, I Need a New Butt, to kids. It’s an example of how US conservatives are focusing on school boards as weapons in the culture wars.
Despite signals of increased turnover, the past two years have not experienced mass departures from the teaching profession.
Teachers who take alternative routes to being certified tend to leave their positions sooner than educators who go through colleges of education, new research shows.