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Some teachers are trading red grading pens like this one for video feedback. There’s evidence that video grading does more to motivate students than written edits — and it can also save teachers time.

Has video killed the red grading pen?

Teachers are experimenting with video feedback as a replacement for traditional written mark-ups

Mitch Askew, a history teacher at Flagstaff High School, marches with his two-year-old son.

Are teachers losing their grip on the middle class?

Red-state teachers are walking out, not just over low pay but the erosion of their profession as a valued, white-collar occupation

Principal Shimelle Mayers gave high marks to the two retired teachers who are among her staff this school year at Brinkley Middle School in Jackson.

Former educators answer call to return to school

Desperate for teachers, districts beg retirees to come back

Choosing personalized learning as a strategy for educational equity

Not just classes but even the design of the school day can be personalized, in a bid to help all students succeed

What do at-risk students, English language learners and adult college students have in common?

Technology is increasingly helping these nontraditional students achieve

A rally at the state capitol in Phoenix, Arizona.

TEACHER VOICE: Is Arizona next? Fed-up educators learn from actions in West Virginia, Kentucky and Oklahoma

‘Teachers are working two, three, sometimes even four jobs just to make ends meet’

Using creative classroom design to promote instructional innovation

This Long Island district is scrapping traditional rows of desks in favor of more flexible learning spaces.

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Are science fairs unfair?

Long an educational rite of passage, the events are being revamped to make them more effective — and equitable — learning opportunities

Teachers hold a rally outside the Senate Chambers in the West Virginia Capitol Monday, March. 5, 2018 in Charleston, W.V. Hundreds of teachers from 55 counties are on strike for pay raises and better health benefits.

Schools should be the center of a new labor and social movement

Teachers and other workers have compromised long enough

How to sort the good from the bad in OER

Online resources are overflowing, but reliable means to evaluate them and help teachers use them are rare

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