New York Daily News: How to Keep Great Teachers
Baseless union warnings of a New York City retention problem distract from the real crisis—holding on to excellent early-career teachers. Mayor de Blasio should push for a large raise for these teachers to keep them in classrooms.
Doug Lemov's Field Notes: Reflections on our ‘Fast Start’ Work with TNTP
Erica Woolway, Chief Academic Officer at Uncommon Schools, reflects on collaborating with TNTP for Fast Start, our redesign of teacher prep to better prepare new teachers.
New York Times: Teaching as a Second Act, or Maybe Even a Third
Career changers look to teaching as a potential second act, including through TNTP’s selective, hands-on Teaching Fellows programs.
New York Post: Sending bad teachers back to class
New York City has a $144 million problem on its hands: the Absent Teacher Reserve. Everyone agrees we should stop paying teachers not to teach, but Mayor de Blasio must not return to the bad old days of forced placements for teachers with poor track records.
USA Today: Common Core turns focus to teacher training
Alternative teacher training programs like TNTP are working to produce highly effective teachers who can help students meet the Common Core State Standards.
Green Bay Press-Gazette: Teaching is ‘most meaningful work I can imagine’
Jennifer Corroy's passion and talent for teaching is clear, as her Fishman Prize win comes right on the heels of receiving the 2013 Teach For America Alumni Award.
Newark Patch: Newark Teacher Wins National Award
Newark teacher Keith Robinson is named one of TNTP's 2013 Fishman Prize winners.
Flypaper: By the Company It Keeps: Tim Daly
Flypaper interviews TNTP President Tim Daly, discussing the "influential" organization's latest research and education policy.
The Monitor: IDEA Donna teacher among 4 national award recipients
IDEA Donna teacher Jennifer Corroy is named one of TNTP's 2013 Fishman Prize winners.
Memphis Commercial Appeal: Memphis special education teacher given national honor
Memphis teacher Josalyn Tresvant is named one of TNTP's 2013 Fishman Prize winners.
Flypaper: One giant leap for teacher development
Flypaper's Andy Smarick is "all but certain a number of states will take [Leap Year's] lessons to heart, and once again it will be said that TNTP influenced for the better our educator policies and practices."
Education Week: TNTP Report Recommends Focused Supports For First-Year Teachers
TNTP's new report, Leap Year, includes important takeaways that education HR professionals can use to determine "the types of support that offer the greatest benefit to first-year teachers."
Philadelphia Inquirer: On-the-job training program for Phila. principals to announce first group
TNTP's principal training program - Philadelphia Pathway to Leadership in Urban Schools (PhillyPLUS) - is set to announce its "transformational" first cohort.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Taking a different path into the classroom
Teacher Stephanie Wallace reflects on the "rigorous training and hands-on support" she received as a Fort Worth Teaching Fellow.
New York Daily News: How to make new evaluations stick
TNTP President Tim Daly outlines a clear course of action that Gov. Cuomo can take to move past the negotiations breakdown in New York City.