Boston charter schools outpace their district and charter school peers in terms of student outcomes. In a new paper written in partnership with NewSchools Venture Fund, we explore key school leadership practices we think are contributing to those outstanding results.
With shifting staffing needs, districts must think outside the box of traditional recruitment tactics. In Indiana, a new partnership will attempt to attract great school leaders by allowing them to launch new schools with the flexibility of a charter and the district support of a state-run school.
To argue evaluation reform is too complex and district specific for federal intervention is to misrepresent the feds' role in education reform. Through history, the Education Department has served as a national conscience on educational equity. Of late, they’ve challenged states to do better. That’s leadership we need.
Karolyn Belcher, TNTP’s current EVP of New Teacher Effectiveness, will replace Tim Daly as president of TNTP by summer 2015. Here, Karolyn talks about her lengthy experience in the classroom, why life at TNTP is never boring, and what she looks forward to as TNTP’s next president.
Yesterday, we announced Ariela Rozman and Timothy Daly will transition out of their roles at TNTP by summer 2015. Two senior executives, Daniel Weisberg and Karolyn Belcher, will lead TNTP going forward. Here, Dan talks about his journey from law into education, what inspires him to come to work every day, and why TNTP's future excites him.
TNTP is embarking on a new strategy to grow its expertise and deepen its impact on public schools and students. As part of this strategy, CEO Ariela Rozman and President Tim Daly will transition out of their roles, passing the baton to senior TNTP leaders Dan Weisberg and Karolyn Belcher. Today, Tim and Ari reflect on 14 years at TNTP—and what lies ahead.