Blended learning doesn't replace great teaching. It demands great teaching, and opens up new roles for teachers.
Fixing tenure doesn’t mean ending it. We can achieve a more balanced tenure system without stripping teachers of due process.
TNTP is using a practice-heavy approach to increase the effectiveness of young teachers.
TNTP's diagnostic study of Duval County Public Schools found that the district is losing effective teachers and needs to improve its readiness to teach students under Florida’s new core curriculum standards that take effect next year.
Kelly Zunkiewicz is a winner of the Fishman Prize for her outstanding performance in her math classroom.
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.
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.
Career changers look to teaching as a potential second act, including through TNTP’s selective, hands-on Teaching Fellows programs.
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.