Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools has invested millions of dollars and countless hours on measuring teachers’ performance and trying to make them more effective. Two studies released this week highlight how elusive those goals can be.
Report from nonprofit group suggests rethinking ways to boost skills of teachers.
When it comes to teaching, real improvement is a lot harder to achieve—and we know much less about how to make it happen—than most of us would like to admit.
TNTP receives the Keystone Award for Leadership in Education.
Stephanie Sun, a 2015 winner of the Fishman Prize, has been nominated as a Hometown Hero.
TNTP has announced the four winners of its annual Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice.
Erin Dukeshire and Zeke Phillips are awarded the Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice.
Erica Mariola is one of four winners of the national Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice.
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An editorial urges the Pasco County School District to implement recommendations outlined in a TNTP diagnostic report.
A move to give Boston Public Schools principals more autonomy in hiring has transformed the district's teacher talent pool.
A district is inspired to change its ways after a TNTP report found that too few of its teachers are adapting to the demands of the new Florida Standards.
2014 Fishman Prize finalist Jonathan Johnson is piloting a charter school with the goal of connecting students of color to careers in software and tech.
As evidenced in TNTP’s latest report, Greenhouse Schools in Boston, the city is making great strides towards closing the achievement gap. An innovative and committed superintendent could provide the final push.
A new report demonstrates the need for education nonprofits to build teams that reflect the communities they serve, and TNTP is praised for our leadership development and retention of high performers.
Incoming TNTP CEO Dan Weisberg takes on tough questions about major issues facing the teaching profession, and what TNTP’s role and potential solutions may look like going forward.
Two top leaders of TNTP have announced plans to step down, paving the way for the first major leadership transition since Michelle Rhee left in 2007.
TNTP is helping Duval County Public Schools, in Florida, train district leaders who can support and develop great principals.