- By Soviet Standards Our Poor Teachers Live Life of Riley. // Saturday Evening Post;6/4/1960, Vol. 232 Issue 49, p10
Focuses on the employment status of teachers in the Soviet Union. Cancellation on the employment of teachers without proper ceremony; Pay system of teachers in the Soviet; Reactions of teachers on the kind of employment system for teachers and professors.
- Scoring Error Clouds Hiring Of Teachers. Jacobson, Linda // Education Week;7/28/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 43, p1
An incorrectly graded licensing exam for prospective teachers has stalled hiring in some places, sent school districts rummaging through employment records, and spawned at least one lawsuit so far. J.C. Benton, a spokesman for the Ohio education department, said that officials in his state were...
- So Many Teachers, So Few Spots. // District Administration;Oct2003, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p20
Reports that the demand for teachers has fallen in the U.S. according to the annual survey from the American Association for Employment in Education. Impact of teachers shortage on the economy; Relief in finding enough instructors; Willingness to work for a teacher's pay; Difficulty in looking...
- Commonwealth Education Ministers. // Education Journal;Jul2004, Issue 79, p18
Focuses on a new protocol that undermines the role of teachers in protecting the integrity of national education systems in other countries. Objective of the protocol; Stipulations of the protocol; Emphasis of the protocol on countries involved in recruitment disputes.
- Job woes hit education. // American Teacher;Dec2003/Jan2004, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p10
Reports on data from the U.S. Department of Labor on problems relating to public school employment. Decline in school employment at the district level in September 2003; Need for school districts to understand that layoffs in education work on a different dynamic than cuts in service and...
- fair pay for school supports staff. de Stigter, Ian // New Zealand Science Teacher;2010, Issue 124, p48
The article discusses the results of the New Zealand Association of Science Educators (NZASE) surveys on concerns related to the role and duties of school science technicians. It was found that the maximum hourly rate for highly-qualified state school science technicians is a low point. An...
- EMPLOYEES. Mawdsley, Ralph D. // Yearbook of Education Law;2006, p1
Chapter 1 of the magazine "The Yearbook of Educational Law 2006" is presented. It reviews more than 150 cases involving employees in public and non-public K-12 schools in the U.S. This year, the Supreme Court did not render any decisions dealing with K-12 employment issues. However, this chapter...
- Teacher Surplus. // Education Digest;Sep1975, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p69
The article informs that the National Education Association Research office has estimated that for only about 108,000 teaching positions this year, there will be over 223,000 newly graduated teachers competing.
- Survey raises concerns about applicant quality. // Education (14637073);3/14/2003, Issue 95, p2
Presents results of an annual survey on school vacancies in Great Britain conducted by the Select Education recruitment agency. Percentage of schools that have vacancies for permanent staff; Cost of advertisements, staff time and administration; Problems with applications mentioned by head...