The Teach Plus monthly newsletter includes all the content of a Weekly News Blast as well as an update from Founder & CEO Celine Coggins and a spotlight piece written by a Teach Plus Teaching Policy Fellow.
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T+ Network Events and Leadership Opportunities -
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A series of guest blog posts on Education Week's Rick Hess Straight Up, by Teach Plus Founder and CEO Celine Coggins:
Breaking News from the Teach Plus T3 Program
A Thought Experiment for Union Leaders
Is it Pro-Teacher or Anti-Teacher to Talk About Problems of Practice?
A Tale of Haves and Have Nots
New Teachers are the New Majority
An article in Education Week co-authored by Teach Plus Founder and CEO Celine Coggins and Teach Plus National Director of Programs Heather Peske on the rise of the new majority in the American teaching profession.
Holding on to Gen Y
"Offering a second career stage that values teacher effectiveness can motivate young teachers to stay in the classroom."
An article in Educational Leadership co-authored by Teach Plus Founder and CEO Celine Coggins and Indianapolis Teaching Policy Fellows Sarah Zuckerman and Lee Anne McKelvey.
The Post-Boomer Teacher Crunch
An article for Education Week by Celine Coggins, Teach Plus Founder and CEO.
Supporting Effective Teaching Through Teacher Evaluation
An article co-authored for the Center for American Progress by Heather G. Peske, Teach Plus National Director of Policy.
Voting With My Feet
A blog post on Eduwonk.com by Teach Plus Boston Executive Director and Teaching Policy Fellowship alum Maria Fenwick.
The written statement given by Teach Plus President Monique Burns Thompson to the Committee on Education & Labor of the United States House of Representatives about the importance of quality teachers and leaders.