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 this op-ed from the Christian Science Monitor, Teach Plus Founder and CEO Celine Coggins writes about the standardized testing debate and how it's focusing on the wrong questions. 
  • This Chalkbeat Colorado piece says, "Organizations like Teach Plus recognize that elevating the teacher voice in education is key to improving education and transforming the teaching profession."
  • In this Huffington Post op-ed, Boston Teaching Policy Fellow Erin Lane vividly describes what tests look like from an adolescent perspective.
  • In this Indianapolis Star op-ed, Teach Plus Indiana Executive Director Caitlin Hannon says Indiana needs to slow the loss of good teachers from classrooms.
  • Teach Plus —along with six other organizations—released a letter to appropriators to express strong support for the recommended $300 million for the Race to the Top-Equity and Opportunity initiative in the Administration’s budget request for fiscal year 2015.
  • Teach Plus released two statements last week: In support of the New York State budget, and commending Indiana's Governor Mike Pence on passing teacher preparation legislation. 

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 

D.C. Metro Area, Greater Boston, Indianapolis, and Los Angeles: We are now accepting applications for the highly selective, 18-month Teaching Policy Fellowship. Click here for additional information and application deadlines. 
Washington, DC: Join Teach Plus DC on Wednesday, April 23 from 5:15-7:30 p.m. as they kickoff semester two of C2: Cutting to the Core. Learn more.