News Briefs: Archives 2011 & Earlier

Teacher Drops Out

Teacher Magazine – distributed for the past 17 years to every public school in the country – ceased publication with its May/June issue.

Despite a circulation of 95,000, Teacher struggled to attract advertising, according to Education Week, which is published by the same company, Editorial Projects in Education (EPE). Company President Virginia Edwards said in a prepared statement that EPE had concluded that “a traditional print magazine is not the most effective way to reach teachers with the information they need in the digital age.”

The organization plans to revamp the magazine’s website,


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