Wisconsin teachers in the St. Croix Falls school district went before the district’s school board Tuesday night to defend their decision to protest Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed collective bargaining cutbacks in Madison.
Minnesota schools could soon get an infusion of new young teachers who reach the classroom without attending the state’s traditional teaching colleges as part of an alternate licensing proposal moving through the Legislature.
Schools in Hudson, Wis. canceled classes Friday because of the high number of teachers that called in sick.
More than 24,500 students had classes canceled in Madison, Wis. Wednesday and about 40 percent of teachers, assistants, and social workers in the city called in sick, according to a report from CNN.
Less than a week after U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan scolded Minnesota for not having more ways for talented people to become teachers, the state House committee approved a bill that would do just that.
The new teachers’ contract will cost Minneapolis millions more than expected.
The Minnesota Senate Education Committee will hear testimony Tuesday for the first time on a proposed statewide freeze on pay for teachers in public and charter schools.
Minneapolis teachers have approved a new contract.
Minnesota’s influential state teachers union says it wants to shrink the state’s achievement gap by shrinking class sizes and focusing on early childhood education for future students.
The Minneapolis School District has finally reached a contract agreement with its teachers.
About a dozen former teachers who were in class the day of the Red Lake High School shootings on March 21, 2005 are asking for compensation, seeking to recoup lost wages.
Aspiring teachers in Minnesota and 18 other states are already preparing for new, more demanding requirements for teaching licenses in the next few years. Under the new system, video of student teachers in their classroom […]
It’s the start of a four-day weekend for students across Minnesota as teachers gather for their annual convention.