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MSU Researcher Working to Reduce Teacher Bias in the Classroom

Monday, July 31, 2017
Niral Shah

A Michigan State University researcher is developing a web application that will help educators make their teaching practices more unbiased using data from their own classrooms. Niral Shah,…

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Is Teacher Burnout Contagious?

Monday, July 10, 2017
Kenneth Frank

Burnout among young teachers appears to be contagious, indicates a new study led by Michigan State University education scholars. The study found a significant link between burnout among…

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MSU’s Warren Co-Edits Book on White Women Teachers

Friday, May 26, 2017
Chezare Warren

A new book co-edited by Michigan State University’s Chezare Warren examines the unique challenges threatening the teaching effectiveness of white women teaching in the U.S., and what could…

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Teacher Resignation Letters Paint Bleak Picture of US Education

Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Alyssa Hadley

As teacher resignation letters increasingly go public – and viral – new research indicates teachers are not leaving solely due to low pay and retirement, but also because…

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Better Parent-Teacher Engagement Can Improve K-12 Learning

Monday, July 25, 2016
Patricia Edwards

In her latest book—“New Ways to Engage Parents: Strategies and Tools for Teachers and Leaders, K-12,” published in May 2016 through Teachers College Press— Michigan State University’s Patricia…

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