Researchers found that lowering restrictions for new teachers had some unintended consequences.
Could a 10-minute meeting between teachers and principals reduce teacher turnover? A researcher explores the possibilities.
Exceptional teachers can leave a lasting impression on more than just their learners.
Looser requirements for teacher certification don’t fix teachers’ problems, which are low pay, high workload and lack of respect.
The first challenge is to attract new teachers, the second is to keep them. More pay might help with recruitment, but research suggests we need to look at the conditions of work to stem the losses.
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.
Teaching graduates must have spent time training in schools for the day they take charge of their own classes. But the past two years have laid bare the system’s failings.
A looming teacher retirement wave means South African universities need to double their annual teacher graduate numbers between now and 2030.
Dicey cultural situations and power struggles await Latina teachers in America’s schools.
The rise in the popularity of Amanda Gorman, the nation’s first National Youth Poet Laureate, represents a prime opportunity for educators to use spoken word poetry in the classroom.
Changes to the literacy and numeracy standards for new teachers in Victoria have raised questions about what makes a ‘good’ teacher.
Many new teachers leave the profession after only five years. Here are six steps schools can take to better support new teachers.
Some universities accept students into their teaching degree programs with an ATAR as low as 35. Do we need to raise the bar, or are other factors more important than a high ATAR for teachers?
Policy needs to focus on making the teaching profession stable and more appealing. South Africa must ensure its locally trained teachers have more reason to stay in the country.
Sexual equality should not be mere letters and words in laws. Rather, people - in this case student teachers - must understand sexual equality as a lived reality.
In the UK, the length of teacher training has not changed significantly in over 30 years, and yet the demands on teachers have increased massively.
Placing a recruitment cap on teacher education courses does not guarantee delivery of high quality graduates, and risks limiting diversity in the profession.
Maxine McKew speaks with education expert John Hattie about the kind of debates we really should be having around education.
With the current demands from industry for STEM graduates, how many are going to give up high paying jobs in industry for the short term sugar-hit of $15,000 and the stress of the classroom?
We need a major revamp of teacher education from the inside out that changes the model to provide all children with the education that is right for them.