Those countries with the best education outcomes – from Finland to the Asian education powerhouses of China, South Korea and Singapore – have a deeply ingrained culture of respect for teaching
Figures from the NUT showing one in 10 teachers are deserting the profession
With more than 4 million teachers in the US, there's a good chance you know at least one personally.
The suspensions account for 2 per cent of the country's 850,000 state educators
Oaxaca City, one of the jewels on the Mexican tourist route, has a long history of teacher unrest
The mother of one of the boys says he told her: 'She was my teacher, Mom. What was I supposed to do?'
'I am not disappointed by this letter, it has saved me planning one of my spelling, grammar and punctuation lessons'
Ms Morgan conceded there was a 'strength of feeling' in the hall
NASUWT is urging Theresa May to exempt teachers from the controversial proposals
A study by NASUWT found 71 per cent of teachers said their pupils are coming to school hungry
Union leader Christine Blower says Education Secretary isn't succeeding to mend rift since succeeding Michael Gove
'You can protest with a frown on your face or you can protest with a smile on your face'
Applicants will have to show subject expertise in front of headteacher and an expert from another school before becoming a fully fledged teacher
Teachers are monitored, scrutinised and graded as though working a 55-hour week for 32 hours’ pay is a special privilege
'Just being sorry' is not enough, the teacher has said
Alarm at number of graduates who abandon the profession prompts range of proposed incentives