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TNTP Re-imagine Teaching

TNTP Blog

This blog shares ideas, research and opinion about how to support great teaching and create vibrant classrooms.

Immigration Resources For Educators

New policies targeting undocumented immigrants affect many of the school communities we work with, so we’ve compiled a set of resources to support educators in keeping kids safe.

Dan Weisberg

I Was an Undocumented Student. Now I Teach Them.

As our nation reconciles with immigration reform, a former undocumented student and current teacher reminds us that our action (or inaction) will have dire consequences for hardworking students, teachers, and families.

Supporting Students and Teachers to Address Hate

When the president is unwilling, teachers step up to help young people understand the whole truth about our history and the promise of our country.

Dan Weisberg

Schools and Classrooms

An Award-Winning Way to Partner with Parents

A strong home visit program can lead to lower dropout rates, improved reading skills, and increased parent involvement.

Jessica Wilbanks

Four Things That Make a Successful School

How one school went from an ‘F’ to a ‘C’ by focusing on talent, academics, culture, and community engagement.

Rebecca Cutler and Casey Valenty

A Haven for Kids in the Child Welfare System

The founder of the country’s first school for kids in the child welfare system discusses how she balances social-emotional learning with rigorous academics.

Jim Larson

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Personal Perspectives

Why It Matters to Have Teachers That Look Like Me

A Mexican American high schooler discusses having only white female teachers for the first ten years of school—and how seeing males of color lead the classroom inspired his goal to one day lead a classroom of his own.

Jose Romero

Can Rural Kids Live the American Dream, Too?

Our Executive Vice President discusses how her rural upbringing taught her the importance of schools as community hubs, and the many ways in which that influences her rural work at TNTP.

Tequilla Banks

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Systems and Policy

Sparking a School Discipline Revolution

Cami Anderson shares the Discipline Revolution Project, a new coalition of educators committing to changing our approach to school discipline.

Amanda Kocon

In Pinellas, Making the Shift from “Good Behavior” to Great Instruction

At a Pinellas elementary school, proactive school discipline strategies have drastically reduced infractions and allowed school leaders and teachers to focus on challenging instruction.

Emily Appel

Why Education Always Hits the Snooze Button on its A.I. Awakening

Skepticism is healthy, but resisting innovation in education won’t help us create a public-school system that sets up all students for success.

Dan Weisberg

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