States are struggling to both recruit and retain teachers.
Twelve states cut general funding for schools by 7 percent last school year.
The Democratic Party may have finally identified a message with staying power.
A round-up of the strikes and protests organized by educators around the country who are frustrated with low pay and gutted school budgets.
Sharp divisions between labor unions and reformers threaten to tear apart the Democratic Party in the Centennial State.
The president of California's largest teachers' labor group weighs in on the recent unionization of charters across the state—a shift that runs counter to the history of tension between charters and labor groups.
Teachers in Colorado have led a series of strikes in recent weeks in opposition to low wages and what they claim is a general lack of support.
Is a new model of teacher protest emerging?
Public school teachers and their supporters protest against a pension reform bill at the Kentucky State Capitol on April 2nd, 2018, in Frankfort, Kentucky.
Students of Mehmet Akif College hold pictures of their Turkish teachers as they demonstrate against their arrest in Pristina on March 29th, 2018.
The State House and Senate agreed on a bill to raise pay by 5 percent for all state employees, including teachers and school service workers.
Instead of decriminalizing our schools, too many teachers and school police continue to escalate.
No children were harmed in the incident, which comes just two weeks after a gunman killed 17 students at a Florida high school.
Union leaders are demanding that Governor Jim Justice and state representatives arrange a meeting to hear employee demands for higher pay raises.
Education wonks have an idea to make daycare better; it makes life for the workers who rely on daycare employment a lot worse.
A sense of support from principals and other higher-ups boosts retention for non-white teachers at schools with largely white staffs, new research finds.