February 21, 2013
Teacher job satisfaction also found to be on a continued decline.
March 7, 2012
Teacher job satisfaction is at the lowest it's been in more than two decades, likely as a consequence—at least in part—of the economic downturn and resulting education budget cuts, according to a national survey.
March 23, 2011
A large majority of U.S. teachers believe that schools are not doing enough to prepare students with diverse learning needs for success after high school, according to a nationwide survey released today.
October 12, 2010
How well does your school teach "global competency"?
March 29, 2010
Teaching appears to be becoming a bit less rigid as a profession, with a growing number of career-changers working in classrooms and more educators taking on “hybrid” roles within schools, according to a new national survey of teachers.
March 17, 2010
While most teachers believe in the importance of holding high expectations for students, many appear to fall short of doing so in practice, according to new nationwide survey of educators.
February 17, 2010
Most principals and teachers say they believe creating school environments that allow educators to work together more would have a “major impact” on improving the chances for student success, according to a new national survey by MetLife Inc.
February 25, 2009
Teachers’ views on their profession have become markedly more positive over the past quarter century, at least partially validating the widespread school-improvement efforts of the period, concludes a retrospective survey report released this week by MetLife, Inc.
February 20, 2008
According to a new survey, 77 percent of students and more than 80 percent of teachers and parents say homework is important or very important.