Teaching Profession In Their Own Words 'I Just Want to Get Better': A Teacher With Long COVID Retires Earlier Than She'd Hoped
A former Massachusetts teacher shares how long COVID damaged her cognitive abilities and accelerated her retirement.
Teaching Profession Q&A How This Teacher Builds Relationships, Has Fun, and Makes Money on TikTok
Joe Harmon is one of the growing number of teachers who is making funny videos about classroom life—and monetizing them.
Teaching Profession 'Does Anyone Else Cry After Work?': Teacher Reddit Is the Unfiltered Voice of Educators
Amid rising pressures, teachers take to the platform to find solace, build solidarity, and most of all—vent.
Teaching Profession The Status of the Teaching Profession Is at a 50-Year Low. What Can We Do About It?
New research suggests problems are systemic and have been building for decades.
Teaching Profession What the Research Says Pandemic Anxiety Was Higher for Teachers Than for Health-Care Workers
Since the pandemic, teachers are significantly more likely to have anxiety symptoms than those in other professions.
Teaching Most Teachers Are Not 'Extremely Confident' They Can Help Students Recover Academically
Teachers appear more confident about their virtual teaching skills than their ability to help students catch up academically, survey shows.
Teaching Profession In Their Own Words From Hospice Work to 1st Grade: One Teacher's Career-Changing Journey
A 1st grade teacher in Tennessee shares her journey into the classroom through an apprenticeship model, and the joys and challenges so far.
Teaching Profession High Teacher Expectations Boost Long-Term Student Outcomes
Students whose teachers believe they can succeed in higher education are more likely to earn a college degree, a new study concludes.
Teaching Profession Q&A Immigrant Teacher's Memoir Sheds Light on What English Learners Need
Emily Francis came to the United States at 15. Now an English-as-a-second-language teacher, she shares advice in her new book.
Teaching Profession Q&A Award-Winning Teachers Are Pushing Back Against Attacks on 'Honest Education'
They plan to host conversations, educate school boards, and write op-eds about why affirming, culturally responsive classrooms matter.
Recruitment & Retention Q&A Answering a District's Call for Bilingual Teachers, a Mother and Daughter Leave Puerto Rico for Virginia
Lesliean Luna and Gabriela Muriente answer a school district's call for their language skills and teaching expertise.
Recruitment & Retention School Districts Look Overseas to Fill Teacher Shortages
District leaders say tapping into a teacher pipeline beyond the mainland U.S. is vital.
Teaching Profession From Our Research Center How Issues Like Race, Sex, Politics Resonate With Educators, in Charts
EdWeek Research Center data show how debates over cultural issues in the classroom have impacted educators.