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Meet a Fishman Winner: Erin Dukeshire

Erin Dukeshire’s passion for science has helped transform her school from one of Massachusetts’ lowest-performing to one of its fastest-improving.

What Does the Research Say on Professional Development, Anyway?

Before we release our report on teacher development, here’s a recap of what existing research says (and doesn’t say) about how teachers improve.

Dina Hasiotis

Meet a Fishman Winner: Stephanie Sun

Stephanie Sun brings joy and a sharp sense of focus to her fifth-grade English students in Brooklyn, NY. She also holds them to high expectations.

Solving School Discipline in Pinellas County

One school overcame student behavior issues by helping teachers provide more engaging and challenging instruction.

Emily Appel

Put Your People In the Game

Setting the bar high for employees, and making standards very clear, pushes them to grow.

Ariela Rozman

Helping Teachers See Themselves

Teachers want useful feedback on their instruction, but many feel they don’t get enough. Approached right, virtual coaching could help close the gap.

Abby Kirschner

Meet a Fishman Winner: Erica Mariola

Recently, we sat down with our four Fishman Prize winners to learn more about them. Here, we meet Erica Mariola, a kindergarten teacher in New Orleans.

Growing Up With TNTP

During his 14 year tenure, former TNTP President Tim Daly watched the organization mature from infancy into adulthood.

Tim Daly

What Do Parents Think About the Common Core?

When parents hear the words “Common Core,” they should have a clear understanding of what their child’s learning experience entails. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case.

Laura Strait