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TNTP's latest research finds that districts' massive investment in teacher development isn’t helping enough teachers unlock their potential.
Nearly 800 teachers applied for prize honoring extraordinary teaching in low-income schools.
CEO Ariela Rozman and President Timothy Daly will step down as part of a long-term growth strategy. Two widely respected TNTP veterans, Daniel Weisberg and Karolyn Belcher, will become the organization’s new leaders by summer 2015.
After 15 years without a new contract, Buffalo has a meaningful opportunity to revisit the agreement and make common sense changes.
More than 820 applied for prize honoring extraordinary teaching in low-income schools.
Putting ineffective teachers from the absent teacher reserve back into classrooms would disproportionately harm children in New York City's highest poverty communities.
A panel discussion with leaders from DC Public Schools and Houston Independent School District.
One-of-a-Kind Resource Includes Essays from Winners of TNTP’s $25,000 Fishman Prize
TNTP launches a website for its 11 Teaching Fellows programs nationwide.
More than 570 applied for prize honoring extraordinary teaching in low-income schools.
New TNTP report explores the real retention crisis in America's urban schools.
More than 400 teachers nationwide applied for prize honoring extraordinary teaching.
TNTP releases new research and best practices on building school cultures where teachers and students can succeed.
“The Fishman Prize” offers top teachers $25,000 and the chance to share their classroom expertise with educators nationwide.
As 2011 draws to a close, we’re planning a few important changes to our brand and website.
Two proposed ESEA amendments on alternative certification will keep great teachers out of the profession, shut down high-performing preparation programs and reduce diversity in teaching.
TNTP continues to be a leading supplier of outstanding teachers for Louisiana's highest-need schools and communities.
Outdated Rules and Budget Shortfalls Could Force Schools Nationwide to Dismiss Top Teachers, With Devastating Consequences for the Neediest Students