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TNTP Re-imagine Teaching

The Case For Community Engagement

Today, we’re sharing a set of resources for fostering authentic community engagement.

Kenya Bradshaw

Putting Great Teaching at the Heart of Blended Learning

Without great teaching, blended learning isn’t learning at all.

Kelvey Oeser and Blair Rush

I Was an Undocumented Student. Now I Teach Them.

As our nation reconciles with immigration reform, a former undocumented student and current teacher reminds us that our action (or inaction) will have dire consequences for hardworking students, teachers, and families.

Ramiro Flores Turrubiates

An Award-Winning Way to Partner with Parents

A strong home visit program can lead to lower dropout rates, improved reading skills, and increased parent involvement.

Jessica Wilbanks

Teaching Kids to Make History

Today we revisit one of our Room to Run classrooms as they learn our country’s history of working together for social progress—and the relevance of that history today.

Editorial Staff

Four Things That Make a Successful School

How one school went from an ‘F’ to a ‘C’ by focusing on talent, academics, culture, and community engagement.

Rebecca Cutler and Casey Valenty

Supporting Students and Teachers to Address Hate

When the president is unwilling, teachers step up to help young people understand the whole truth about our history and the promise of our country.

Dan Weisberg

Hither and Yon: The Value of Rural Place

The founder of Rural Schools Collaborative discusses why he believes public schools might be the best bets we have for strengthening rural America.

Ryan Fowler

A Haven for Kids in the Child Welfare System

The founder of the country’s first school for kids in the child welfare system discusses how she balances social-emotional learning with rigorous academics.

Jim Larson

Four Qualities of Great Teachers

For the past five years, we’ve celebrated amazing teachers through the Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice. Today, we’re thrilled to announce the sixth class of Fishman Prize winners.

Richard Green

Introducing Amazing: Meet the 2017 Fishman Prize Finalists

We're proud to announce the 2017 Fishman Prize finalists! Help us celebrate these outstanding teachers.

Tiffany Cardona

Helping Teachers Become Leaders

Teachers have lots of great ideas about how to improve their schools—but they’re rarely given a chance to try them. Denver Public Schools is trying to change that.

Erin Mack Trapanese

On the Road to Better Teacher Training

An external research organization took a close look at our Teaching Fellows programs and assessed our Fellows’ effectiveness against other new teachers from different kinds of training programs. This week, they released their final report on that study.

Erin Grogan

Theresa’s Story

Theresa at two and a half was diagnosed on the autism spectrum. She was nonverbal. Now at six and a half, you can hold a regular conversation with her, and the school district considers her on par with her peers.

Editorial Staff

A Day in the Life of a Teacher Leader

Rhonda Ferguson leads her school’s culture team and teaches a classroom full of pre-K kids, all while participating in DCPS’s intensive teacher development program—here’s how she does it.

April Inez Kaplowitz

10 Ways to Teach Black History All Year Round

Our favorite tips, lesson plans, and teaching tools for giving students rich exposure to black history throughout the school year—and not just in February.

Editorial Staff

Once Incarcerated, Now Rewriting Their Futures

Bridge Fellow Marvin Pierre just launched Eight Million Stories, an alternative education and workforce development program for formerly incarcerated young men.

Editorial Staff

When Cultures Clash in the Classroom, Part Two

Sometimes, what’s appropriate behavior at home is disruptive behavior at school. A teacher shares advice on bridging the two worlds.

Veeko Lucas

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