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Education Experts Call on the Government and Colleges to Rectify the...

In August 2021, 37 percent of U.S. K-12 teachers surveyed by the National Education Association (NEA) reported that they were considering leaving the profession.  Six...

AACTE Launches Online Racial and Social Justice Hub

The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) recently launched an innovative online resource known as the Racial and Social Justice Hub. The new...

Grand Valley State University to Research Diversity Among K-12 Teachers

A four-month fellowship cohort at the Grand Valley State University (GVSU) Center for Educational Partnership will soon begin work on research and outreach efforts...

Groups Aim to Put STEM Majors in the Classroom to Solve...

Math and science educators are a close second to special education when it comes to shortages nationwide, according to a 2016 report by the...

Teachers Pursue Public Policy Degrees to Better Advocate for their Students

Millions of dollars are spent every year on education policy research, but actual classroom teachers struggle to access it. Researchers normally don’t translate their...

Colleges of Education Struggle with Low Enrollment, Dearth of Underrepresented Students

The rise in teacher protests this past spring — in which educators across the U.S. staged walkouts and went on strike to demand better...

University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education Develops Model for Addressing...

Through a new teacher residency program, the University at Buffalo (UB) is taking a local approach to addressing the diversification and retention of educators...

Troops to Teachers Programs Serve Veterans and K-12 Schools in Need...

K-12 schools throughout the U.S. began the 2017-2018 academic year facing an ongoing staffing challenge. Teacher shortages are nothing new, but the problem is exacerbated...

TEACHERS NEEDED

Building the K-12 Teaching Workforce Despite the many obstacles on the path to growing the K-12 teaching workforce, much work is being done in this...

Leveling the Playing Field: Transforming Students of Color into Inspiring Teachers

There are many factors that contribute to the U.S. teacher shortage and specifically the dearth of teachers of color: views of the profession, lack...