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The NEA encourages its members to use Assessment Advisor to rate the assessments they’ve used in their classrooms! 4,000 teachers in 40 states have checked out the site so far. Have you?

Read the NEA Today article.

Survey: Today’s teaching force is less experienced, more open to change
By Jackie Mader
Hechinger Report, October 23, 2012

Teacher-Leader Corps Helps Turn Around Schools
By Stephen Sawchuck
Education Week, April 20, 2011

New Teachers are the New Majority 
By Celine Coggins & Heather Peske
Education Week, January 19, 2011

Lesson Plan in Boston Schools: Don’t Go It Alone
By Mike Winerip
New York Times, August 8, 2010



Do you know a current classroom teacher who is passionate both about teaching and about shaping the teaching profession to improve results for urban students?

The Teaching Policy Fellowship engages excellent early-career teachers (who have completed 2-10 years of teaching) to work on issues related to the future of the teaching profession. The Fellowship is rigorous and selective, admitting only 25-30 teachers per city for the year and a half program. While continuing to teach full time, Teaching Policy Fellows meet monthly to interact directly with education policy leaders and research experts, analyze policy, study innovative practices, and advocate for reforms that would retain them in the profession. To learn more about the Fellowship, visit our Fellowship Program page.

Anyone can nominate an eligible teacher for the Teaching Policy Fellowship. We rely on principals, central office staff, nonprofit organizations, and community members to connect teachers to this unique opportunity. Teach Plus will contact nominated teachers to invite them to apply to the Fellowship. Nominees are not required to apply nor are they guaranteed acceptance.