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For Little Ones, Challenging Content and Play Go Hand in Hand

2015 Fishman Prize winner Erica Mariola shares why she's frequently baffled by the notion that challenging instruction is not fit for our youngest learners.

Erica Mariola

Behind the Scenes of a TNTP Report

Great design is critical to telling a story well—which is why we've teamed up with Cricket Design Works to design our reports since 2008. Recently, we sat with them to learn more about their process.

Liz Vidyarthi

Great Teaching Matters. Learning Time Does, Too.

Instructional time—kids simply being in a classroom with a teacher—is a huge factor in how much students learn. But the reality is that time, like great teaching, isn't distributed equally.

Andrew Garland

How Can States Help Teachers Improve?

State leaders and policymakers play a critical role in driving innovative teacher development strategies and creating the conditions for teachers to grow.

Berrick Abramson

DCPS Bridges the Gap Between Communities and Classrooms

Recent efforts by District of Columbia Public Schools prove that creating authentic community engagement in schools is worthwhile for everyone involved.

Kenya Bradshaw

Friedrichs v. CTA and the Future of Teachers’ Unions

Unions are on the right side of this blockbuster Supreme Court case. Win or lose, though, they'll still have a path to becoming a force for positive change in education for years to come—if they have the courage to take it.

Dan Weisberg

Taking The Mirage on Tour

After releasing The Mirage in August, we spent the rest of 2015 presenting our findings and listening to folks who are doing the hard work of helping teachers improve every day. Here’s some of what we've learned along the way.

Dina Hasiotis

What I’ve Learned From Starting Over

This school year, a Fishman Prize winner made the jump to teaching high school after four years in middle school. We asked him about the change, and how he’s navigating it.

Zeke Phillips