TEACHING POLICY FELLOWS
The Teaching Policy Fellowship is a highly selective program for teachers interested in having a voice in decisions that affect their profession.
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TEACH PLUS NETWORK
The Teach Plus Network is a rapidly growing national movement of teachers who want to connect with national and local policy leaders and be a voice for change within the teaching profession.
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T3 INITIATIVE
The T3 Initiative is an innovative program to recruit, develop, and support effective, experienced teachers to serve in our lowest performing schools.
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TOP STORIES

  • In his op-ed in CommonWealth Magazine, Massachusetts Teach Plus Teaching Policy Fellow Jeffrey Cipriani writes that the PARCC assessment is a step forward:  “If I am apprehensive at all for PARCC, it is only because I fear we will reject it before we give it a chance to take root.”
  • In a Wall Street Journal letter-to-the editor, Teach Plus Founder and CEO Celine Coggins underscores the importance of listening to teachers when it comes to Common Core and assessments:  “Today’s teachers are the only real experts on Common Core and how it translates in their classrooms.”
  • In an interview on Miami’s WLRN Public Radio, Celine Coggins says that policy makers need to listen more to teachers to get tests right.  She says, “I worry that policy makers have listened more to testing companies than they have to teachers in terms of what needs to be measured."
  • In a Bluff City Education op-ed, Memphis Teach Plus Teaching Policy Fellow Jon Alfuth examines Tennessee’s decision to develop new tests aligned to the state standards.  He questions whether the new test will be of the same quality as the PARCC assessment.
  • In a post on Thomas Fordham Institute’s Flypaper blog, Teach Plus network member Peter Sipe muses on different ways to challenge gifted students and especially those who are voracious readers.

 


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The C2 Initiative is a teacher-led professional learning series that brings teachers together to collaboratively learn from each other about the Common Core.

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