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
A brief by 2011-2012 Chicago Teaching Policy Fellows that includes recommendations to dedicate time for teacher collaboration and job-embedded professional development in Chicago Public Schools.
Students in lowest-performing Boston schools are closing the achievement gap compared to their peers in the district and statewide.
The Teacher Effectiveness Measure (TEM) was first implemented in Memphis City Schools in 2011-2012. During that year, 1,000+ teachers shared their feedback with Teach Plus to shape TEM 2.0 for 2012-2013. This newly released case study details how that feedback allowed teachers to shape effective TEM implementation.
A Great Evaluator for Every Teacher: 5 Recommendations to Ensure that Teacher Evaluations are Fair, Reliable, and Effective
A report by the 2011-2012 Boston Teaching Policy Fellows that makes five recommendations for policymakers seeking to focus on the implementation of teacher evaluation systems with a focus on ensuring quality evaluators.
A report detailing the process of writing the new Teacher Effectiveness Measurement in Memphis.
Teachers at the Table: Teach Plus Amplifies Educator Voice in the Creation of Memphis’ New Teacher Effectiveness Measurement
by the Chicago Teaching Policy Fellows 2010-2012 cohort
by the Indianapolis Teaching Policy Fellows 2009-2011 cohort
by the Boston Teaching Policy Fellows 2009-2011 cohort
Teachers’ Views on Measuring Effectiveness: Principles for Implementation of State and District ReformsA report commissioned by the Aspen Institute and New Leaders for New Schools
by Christina Porter, Boston Teaching Policy Fellow, and Jim Larson, Indianapolis Teaching Policy Fellow
by the Indianapolis Teaching Policy Fellows 2009-2011 cohort and Teach Plus Staff
Ready for the Next Challenge: Improving the Retention and Distribution of Excellent Teachers in Urban SchoolsA report proposing a cohort model for staffing underperforming schools. The proposal was later implemented as T3: Turnaround Teacher Teams.
by the Boston Teaching Policy Fellows 2007-2009 cohort