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Nothing our schools can do to give every child a great education matters more than giving them great teachers. Ending educational inequality starts with providing excellent teachers to the students who need them most.
The Fishman Prize honors up to five extraordinary teachers across the country with $25,000, TNTP summer residency, and a chance to have their voices heard. More»
District of Columbia Public Schools is the first large school district in the country to implement smarter retention strategies in order to keep "Irreplaceables" - their very best teachers - in the classroom. More»
TNTP’s Teaching Fellows programs streamline the path to teaching for talented professionals and college graduates. Since 2000, 26,000 Fellows have begun teaching where they’re needed most. More»
They deserve a profession that expects excellence – and school leaders who offer honest assessments of their strengths and weaknesses, helpful feedback, and a commitment to their development.
This one-page supplement to The Irreplaceables lists five practical steps most school leaders can take to keep more great teachers, without any changes in policies, contracts or laws, and at no cost. More»
An open-source library of proven resources for building a thriving teaching team. Download more than 250 free tools from innovative schools, districts and states around the country. More»
For more teachers to be successful, everything that influences teacher quality – from policies at the state and federal level to the systems used in districts every day – must prioritize and support effective teaching.
Most schools and preparation programs treat teachers’ first year like a warm-up. TNTP’s new report explains why the first year is actually the most important year of a teacher’s career, and why we need to treat it that way. More»
TNTP outlines key findings of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) initiative, and provides implementation recommendations for policymakers. More»
Evaluation 2.0 proposes six design standards that any rigorous and fair teacher evaluation system should meet in order to become a useful tool for teachers and school leaders. More»