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As we work alongside educators around the country, we identify common challenges and publish promising solutions.
Meet the kids in five real classrooms who have access to the challenging schoolwork they deserve.
Launch Room to Run
“I used to think of this as really hard and challenging—stuff that really smart people can do. Now I feel like I belong. I can go beyond what I thought I could do because of this class.”
Do we know how to help teachers get better?
“The hard truth is that the help most schools give their teachers isn’t all that helpful.”
Guiding principles for building strong state accountability systems.
How to give great teachers the recognition they deserve.
A new tool for streamlining classroom observations.
A blueprint for better teacher evaluations.
Developing observations to provide teachers with better feedback.
If we value great teaching, we must pay teachers more and differently.
“Nobody goes into teaching to get rich, but that’s no excuse not to pay teachers as professionals.”
America’s schools are losing too many of their best teachers.
What makes Boston public charter schools so effective?
What America’s best teachers think about their profession.
A case study in smart teacher retention.
How school leaders can build cultures where teachers and students thrive.
Classroom essays from the 2016 Fishman Prize winners.
“These teachers demonstrate how their work, at its core, is about building strong relationships that empower students to reach their academic potential.”
The 2015 Fishman Prize winners share how they do more for their students by doing less at the front of the classroom.
“What happens when teachers step back and allow students to lead the learning—and teaching—in their classrooms?”
The 2014 Fishman Prize winners share how they turn their students into fluent thinkers.
The 2012 Fishman Prize winners motivate students to give more.
Great teachers are made in their first year.
The 2013 Fishman Prize winners on how they encourage students to push further.
Getting new teachers ready to be effective on day one.
Fixing teacher tenure doesn’t mean ending it.
“People view teacher tenure as a choice of keeping existing laws exactly as they are or getting rid of it. We think there's a middle way.”
Reform two union staffing rules to give students access to the best teachers.
Finding a solution for excessed teachers in New York City.
How districts can hire the best teachers before the schools year even begins.
The consequences of ignoring performance in teacher layoffs.