Leaders hope the project will mint 335 new Colorado teachers over three years.
Video spotlights conflict between duty to inform parents and the responsibility to shield students
The state’s decision to restore accreditation doesn’t affect its order for reorganizing Adams 14.
Two new student teacher programs at Chicago Public Schools and DePaul University received federal grants aimed at addressing educator shortages.
CU Denver’s NXT Gen Teacher Residency program looks to help students return to their community to teach.
The 2022-23 school year officially begins Tuesday across the state
‘I’m ready to share our stories,’ says Melissa Collins, the state’s new chief education ambassador
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Ultimately, it became too hard to avoid the pull of teaching high schoolers, Omar Lisojo writes.
Up to $60 million is for the state Department of Education to increase the number of instructional coaches who specialize in phonics-based literacy in elementary schools.
Programs fast-track training, but some worry that they risk shortchanging students
Eric Adams is making literacy a priority. Chalkbeat convened a panel, including educators and other experts, to find out what it will take to change the system.
District officials say the training will help teachers work in a district where most students are Black or Hispanic.
Through the Queer Memory Project of Northern Colorado, a CSU professor is helping K-12 teachers make LGBTQ history connections in their own backyards.
Those who see the need for more educators of color often don’t understand what prevents teachers like me from entering and staying in the profession.
“Young learners are perfectly primed to think about issues of injustice,” Kimi Waite says.
Lee says comments were taken out of context, but teacher groups say governor should have repudiated insults
Lawmakers also consider subsidizing tuition for education majors who agree to stay in Michigan
The legislation is one part of a strategy to alleviate a growing teacher shortage in many districts
Leaders must embrace more than our presence; they must value our intellect.
Giving high school students an early look at what it would be like to be at the front of the room — ‘warts and all’
The $20 million center will centralize and strengthen the state’s 65 existing “grow your own” teacher preparation programs.
NYC education officials plan to expand transfer high schools to serve those students, using a Bronx school as one model.
I’m an education major. Here’s what draws me to a profession many are leaving.
Immigration advocates say that public schools can be “largely inaccessible” for thousands of immigrant students.
With the end of the school year approaching, NYC schools have spent just about half of this year’s COVID relief, according to a comptroller report.
The pandemic helped drive the state’s decision to scrap the requirement, and follows reforms in recent years to teacher certification in New York.
Free college classes are part of a multi-pronged state effort intended to mint more early childhood teachers before Colorado’s universal preschool launch.
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