- 'Day of Action' planned by NY teachers, union Updated: Dec-09-13 3:05 am
- UM student government decries faculty remarks Updated: Dec-07-13 4:08 pm
- Lawmakers seek to avert cut in August teacher pay Updated: Dec-07-13 10:47 am
- 2014 could be repeat of 2013 for Alabama raises Updated: Dec-07-13 10:29 am
- Advocacy groups issue 'F' grades to Cruz, Cornyn Updated: Dec-06-13 5:26 pm
- Southern Oregon Univ. to cut faculty, programs Updated: Dec-06-13 3:15 pm
- KU Faculty Senate approves post-tenure policy Updated: Dec-06-13 10:56 am
- Senate OKs bill altering Ohio teacher evaluations Updated: Dec-05-13 12:13 am
- Miss. can delay high-stakes teacher evaluations Updated: Dec-04-13 7:36 pm
- Feds: Nev. can delay high-stakes teacher eval plan Updated: Dec-04-13 7:35 pm
- NC has fewer teachers and more students Updated: Dec-04-13 6:04 pm
- Utah governor releases $13.3B budget proposal Updated: Dec-04-13 5:45 pm
- Correction: Teachers Union-Lawsuit story Updated: Dec-04-13 11:40 am
- Fla. teachers earn good marks on evaluations Updated: Dec-03-13 7:11 pm
- Juneau teachers cut back hours as talks languish Updated: Dec-03-13 6:47 pm
- BESE supports change in shift to tougher standards Updated: Dec-03-13 5:27 pm
- McCrory says feedback considered on NC teacher pay Updated: Dec-03-13 5:20 pm
- Pa. House debates economic furloughs at schools Updated: Dec-03-13 3:37 pm
- Fla. Gov. pushes districts again on pay raise Updated: Dec-03-13 3:02 am
- Teachers spending fewer years on the job Updated: Dec-01-13 4:00 pm
- Critical thinking hallmark of Common Core class Updated: Dec-01-13 2:38 pm
- Norfolk St. president to cut part-time faculty Updated: Dec-01-13 1:01 pm
- School dollars not only education issue in Olympia Updated: Dec-01-13 11:14 am
- Bowling Green cutting 30 faculty positions Updated: Nov-28-13 1:35 pm
- 2 Dems urge Missouri education official to resign Updated: Nov-26-13 5:20 pm
BUFFALO, New York - Teachers across New York will wear blue and rally for more funding and less testing as part of a national "Day of Action" organized across numerous states.
MISSOULA, Montana - The Associated Students of the University of Montana passed a resolution saying some faculty members' comments toward administrators about budget problems are damaging the school's reputation and hurting the campus environment.
JACKSON, Mississippi - When lawmakers mandated that school start later, an unintended result was public school employees perhaps having their August paychecks cut, something the chairmen of the state House and Senate Education Committees say they're trying to avoid.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama teachers could be in line for another pay raise when the state legislature meets next year, but non-education state employees should not get their hopes up.
AUSTIN, Texas - A coalition of advocacy groups including the Texas chapter of the powerful National Education Association issued failing grades Friday to U.S. Sens. John Cornyn and Ted Cruz, saying they haven't defended public schools or reformed a flawed federal immigration system.
ASHLAND, Oregon - Southern Oregon University is headed for another retrenchment, meaning it will pare entire programs rather than make across-the-board cuts.
LAWRENCE, Kansas - After nearly a year of discussion, the Faculty Senate at the University of Kansas has approved a post-tenure review policy.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A bill reducing the number of state-mandated evaluations required for well-rated public school teachers has unanimously cleared the Ohio Senate.
JACKSON, Mississippi - The federal government has granted Mississippi permission for a one-year delay in the use of evaluations to hire and fire teachers.
LAS VEGAS - Averting a school funding crisis, the U.S. Department of Education announced Wednesday it will give Nevada extra time before the state must tie hiring and firing decisions to teacher evaluations largely based on student academic improvement.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Almost 17,200 additional students packed into North Carolina schools this year while the number of teachers dropped, according to new payroll data, leading to what some say are larger class sizes that inhibit learning.
SALT LAKE CITY - Gov. Gary Herbert released a $13.3 billion budget proposal Wednesday that calls for more than $260 million in new education spending.
INDIANAPOLIS - In a story Dec. 3 about a $14 million settlement between the state and its largest teachers union, The Associated Press reported erroneously that 27 school districts had yet to sign off on the settlement. The school districts have already approved the settlement.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - Nearly all of Florida's classroom teachers who were evaluated under a contentious new system were given preliminary top rankings of either "effective" or "highly effective."
JUNEAU, Alaska - With no new contract in sight, some Juneau teachers have cut back on work done after regular school hours, a newspaper reported Tuesday.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - Public school letter grades, teacher evaluations and student promotion won't be affected by Louisiana's shift to more rigorous educational standards for two years, the state's top school board decided Tuesday.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Gov. Pat McCrory says he wants to roll out a North Carolina public school teacher pay proposal early in 2014 but isn't talking specifics as his top education adviser, teachers and other groups make suggestions on salaries and other policies.
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania public schools would have wider latitude to furlough employees during tough economic times and would not have to start with the least senior workers under proposals that were debated Tuesday in the state Capitol.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - Florida Gov. Rick Scott is asking school superintendents once again to finalize pay raises for teachers.
CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee - Both in Tennessee and across the nation, teachers are leaving the profession after only a few years on the job, making the average teacher more and more inexperienced.
MIDDLETOWN, Delaware - Remembering the plot of a short story is no longer good enough in teacher Amy Lawson's fifth-grade classroom.
NORFOLK, Virginia - Norfolk State University President Eddie Moore Jr. is planning some faculty-related changes as part of an effort to improve students' achievement.
SEATTLE - Education will be a focus when the Washington Legislature convenes in January, but money won't be the only issue on the table.
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - Bowling Green State University says it's cutting 30 faculty positions
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Two Democratic state lawmakers called Tuesday for the resignation of Missouri's education commissioner, alleging she has "demonstrated a troubling tendency to abuse power."