Los Angeles Teachers Begin First Strike in 30 Years

Tens of thousands of teachers, nurses, librarians, and counselors walked off the job Monday in the nation's second-largest school district, donning plastic ponchos in a chilly rainstorm to picket their schools for the first time in 30 years.

(January 14, 2019)

Teachers Have Trust Issues

Many teachers may have lost faith in the system, but they haven’t lost hope. Reporter Andrew Ujifusa unpacks this year’s outbreak of teacher activism.

(January 8, 2019)

How Teachers Can Support and Challenge Twice-Exceptional Students

Too often, students who are both gifted and have disabilities are underserved, writes Caroline Galeota. Here are some ways teachers can better accommodate these learners. (January 8, 2019)

Gates Giving Millions to Train Teachers on 'High Quality' Curricula

(January 7, 2019)

Should Fewer Black Students Receive Special Education Services?

(January 8, 2019)

Teaching Channel Spotlight

'Citizen Science': Using Real-World Investigations to Make Class Meaningful (Video)

In this middle school science class, students learn about water quality by testing the drinking sources in their own homes. Watch the video.

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