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TNTP’s Favorite Thinkers Review 2015

As the year draws to a close, we asked leaders in various fields of education to reflect on some of the most important trends of 2015, and what lies ahead in 2016.

Dan Weisberg

Choosing Wisely: A Strategic Approach to Curriculum in Duval County

Recently, Duval County Public Schools overhauled their curriculum to ensure all content allows teachers and kids to tackle high standards. We spoke to their superintendent about that process.

Liz Cutrona

Gov. Cuomo: Don’t Back Down on High Standards

If he wants to deliver on the promise of equal educational opportunities for all New York students, Governor Cuomo must push back against recent recommendations to back away from high standards and accountability.

Dan Weisberg

Places They’ve Been and People They’ve Met: Fishman Edition

The Fishman Prize summer residency is an opportunity for winners to learn from each other and engage with leaders in education. Here are highlights from the past four years.

Tiffany Cardona

In Kentucky, a Collaborative Approach to School Turnaround

In five years, the Kentucky Department of Education has seen an impressive reduction in priority schools. We sat down with a member of their leadership to figure out their secret.

Jim Larson

Our Take on ESEA

The proposed reauthorization of the ESEA isn't perfect, but it's a bill we can support—especially considering the alternatives if it doesn’t become law.

Dan Weisberg

Going to Cape Verde to Get to Know My Students

A Fishman Prize winner engaged a growing population of Cape Verdean students by using experiences they had in their home country to support their understanding of science.

Erin Dukeshire