Teachers’ fondness for working with students grew in the early stages of the pandemic, according to a new study that provides a unique before-and-after glimpse at what duties teachers enjoyed most.
If national teacher policies are not comprehensive, practical and inclusive of teachers, they can undermine the very workers they aim to help, a global education policy expert argues.
Papua, one of Indonesia’s most rural provinces, struggled with online learning during the COVID-19 crisis. Interestingly, it may just be the right moment to invest in Papua’s education technology.
Here’s what the education system needs to do to help teachers address, repair and heal education towards and beyond reconciliation.
Health concerns, being older than 55 and having to switch to online or hybrid lessons were all factors that made some teachers want to quit or retire.
Effective science teachers use everyday natural events to get students to explore their world. Here’s how they do it, according to an expert who prepares elementary school science teachers.
Public outcry against standardized testing, along with adjustments required by COVID-19, have led to a new generation of academic tests.
The 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks is an opportunity for teachers to focus less on recreating the day and more on what students can learn from it, two curriculum experts argue.
Comments made during class discussions about 9/11 often put Muslim students on edge, according to a researcher who interviewed 55 Muslim students in and around the nation’s capital.
A looming teacher retirement wave means South African universities need to double their annual teacher graduate numbers between now and 2030.
Suspensions don’t just harm Black children – they also harm their parents’ employment, a school discipline expert argues in a forthcoming book.
A shortage of school psychologists will pose serious problems as children return to school with higher levels of stress and anxiety, two experts on student mental health say.
A survey of 268 teachers found 85% considered education news coverage to be generally negative. And 81% found it demoralising.
An early childhood development expert explains why so many preschoolers are kicked out of child care, and what to do if it happens to your child.
Many interactions between teacher and student may appear insignificant or random, but they are important for learning and building relationships.
Teachers and students are likely to use a lot more online learning tools than they did pre-pandemic even after in-person classes resume.
Students’ academic worries persisted through the pandemic. A developmental scientist offers tips to support young people heading back to school.
New state laws in the US banning teaching about systemic racism raise the question: Does the Constitution protect public school teachers’ right to choose how and what to teach?
It takes a village to raise a child, but the pandemic showed teachers and parents have different roles.
Teacher turnover is higher among Black and Latino teachers than white teachers. An education policy expert explains what schools can do to reverse the trend.