Teachers find their workloads difficult to manage – and the government is struggling to recruit people to the sector.
Kenya faces the challenge of delivering quality education without discriminating against learners based on social or economic background.
Dividing students into classroom streams has been the status quo for decades. So why have New Zealand’s two largest teachers’ unions taken the unprecedented step of announcing plans to phase it out?
Short-term disputes are really symptoms of deeper divisions in the US over who deserves academic opportunity, and how to present the nation’s history.
The reasons have a lot to do with the nature of unions as representative of workers’ views, as well as the importance of protecting their right to bargain.
The inequalities in South Africa’s education are systematically being exposed at a scale not experienced before.
What it means to be a good teacher has changed over time, along with prevailing views on what constitutes appropriate behavior.
Teachers’ unions often claim they are striking for better schools on behalf of students. A closer look at recent strikes suggests they are fighting for something else: membership.
Thwarted efforts to organize at Yale and a New York nursing home show how a changing of the guard at the National Labor Relations Board could potentially end the labor movement.
The Teach for America applicant pool has been showing a steady decline since 2010. New research looks at the reasons why.