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It looks like this if teachers put research to practice

Teachers (& future professors) always try to reach students with innovative ideas. Here's a look at a few research-based approaches.

Can teachers do better with autistic kids?

Training teachers to support kids on the autism spectrum is a challenge, but some research suggests there may be ways.

Teachers often don’t report violence against them

A huge nationwide survey has revealed that teachers who are victimized by violence sometimes don't even report it to school officials.

Would arming teachers help?

Can we come up with a multi-faceted approach that could eventually lead to a way to cut down on school shooting deaths?

Delinquent behaviors reduced by diversity, inclusion

By looking at delinquent behavior among students, a new study out of Calif. suggests it's important to recruit (and keep) minority teachers.

Study: Preschool teachers not proficient in science

Preschool teachers need to be better at science—not at the expense of being good at literacy but in support of it, a new study from Mich. State suggests.

Teacher salaries are high in Maryland

Md. teachers are among the highest-paid teachers in the nation, according to the research website Niche.com. IL comes in 17th for new teachers.

Teacher training could help English learners write

When teachers of English learners took some professional development, their students performed better on key writing tests.

IL makes transition easier for out-of-state teachers

IL took a step to reducing the red tape for teachers from other states who move to IL. It will be easier for them to get an IL license.

West Chicago science teacher interns at Fermilab

A summer internship gives teachers of science a great professional development opportunity, which explains how some teachers spend their summers.