We hear from teachers about workshops that helped them and about what their own childhood experiences as English learners taught them.
Instructional coaching, peer feedback, and strategic use of technology can help administrators build an ecosystem of support that keeps high-achieving teachers in the classroom.
Four California school districts and four county offices of education will each receive $625,000 to train bilingual teachers for new classes.
Virtual and in-person math conferences feature experts who share resources and strategies to help teachers foster mathematical curiosity in students.
The Learning Policy Institute recommends teachers' professional development programs focus tightly on classroom subjects, allow for collaboration and provide lots of coaching.