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Analysis of Race to the Top Outcomes Applauds Contest Design, Urges Scoring Improvements

December 07, 2010

As the U.S. Department of Education announces a “lessons learned” review of its Race to the Top competition, a new analysis of the Obama administration’s signature reform initiative suggests that its future impact will be limited unless problems in the scoring process are addressed.

Teachers Trained by TNTP Earn Top Ratings for Third Consecutive Year in Louisiana Study

August 27, 2010

The New Teacher Project Earns Highest Ratings for Preparing Exceptionally Effective Teachers in Math, Reading, English Language Arts and Science

Statement on Congressman Obey’s “Edujobs” Amendment

June 30, 2010

Congress must stay true to its word on funding for education reform. That means declining Congressman Obey's proposal to strip funds from the Department of Education's most innovative grant initiatives in order to fund a new bill designed to address job cuts.

“Keep Our Educators Working Act” Should Support Smarter Layoff Policies

May 03, 2010

The “Keep Our Educators Working Act” proposes to provide $23 billion in federal funding to help states fight a looming wave of teacher layoffs due to deep budget cuts nationwide. Saving teachers' jobs’ is a laudable goal, but even more important is minimizing the impact of the recession on America’s students.

Surveys Find Strong Teacher Support for “Quality-Based” Layoff Policies

March 02, 2010

Amid signs that the economy will force school districts across the country to lay off teachers in the coming months, this policy brief shows strong teacher support for ending “quality-blind” layoff policies based strictly on seniority.

Inadequate Math and Science Teacher Supply, Ineffective Evaluation and Support Policies

January 01, 2010

A TNTP analysis finds that an inadequate supply of STEM teachers and ineffective teacher evaluation and support policies throughout Washington State are contributing to a widening achievement gap in math and science.