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Steal an Idea from a Fishman Winner

In a new collection of essays, the 2015 Fishman Prize winners reflect on the importance of stepping back in the classroom and allowing students to take center stage.

Chris Arnold

In San Francisco, Getting to 100 Percent

San Francisco Unified School District started the school year with zero teacher vacancies. We sat down with their Chief Human Resources Officer to find out how they did it.

Kate McGovern

How Do Teachers Really Spend Their Time?

Few people — even within schools —bother to ask great teachers this one simple question. So five of America's top teachers asked it for themselves.

Danielle Pierce

A Radically Different Day at School

TNTP staff explored a dramatically different approach to instruction: no books, tests or homework, just plenty of hands-on problem-solving.

Liz Vidyarthi

What I Learned From Going Back to School

Taking advantage of opportunities to get inside classrooms is essential for those of us who often work outside of them.

Bonnie Driscoll

A Radical Act of Teacher Development

A teacher reminds us that true improvement at any challenging task is hard and requires honest reflection on where we are—and where we want to be.

Jennifer Corroy Porras

What Better Hiring Means for Boston Classrooms

One teacher reflects on how a rigorous and collaborative hiring system improved her school's staffing process.

Ivana Perez-Redondo

The Mirage Conversation Continues

While it’s been inspiring to see The Mirage garner attention in the last month, it’s also clear that there is still confusion about the challenges of teacher development.

Andy Jacob

The Lesson We’re Missing from New Orleans

Much of the discussion around what's happened in New Orleans' schools since Hurricane Katrina overlooks an important message: real change in our public schools is possible.

Dan Weisberg