[…] settles it may well be education that suffers the heaviest toll. One worrying speculation is that we have yet to see the full extent of the “Great Teacher Resignation.” Whether we’re approaching the cliff or have already walked off, the U.S. Education System needs to brace for the fall. School districts need to take […]
[…] prioritize culture improvement, noting that creating a healthy adult culture can also produce significant gains in student achievement. In fact, researchers have argued that efforts to improve teacher effectiveness as a vehicle for increasing student achievement have overshadowed the importance of improving school culture and teacher job satisfaction as a means to the same end. There is […]
[…] and moving education work forward. Below are a few influential movement organizations that are empowering educators across the country: Educators for Excellence (@Ed4Excellence) is building a movement of teacher leader advocates to improve outcomes for students. They have chapters across the country, teacher leadership training and advocacy campaigns. #ShareYourLearning (@ShareYourLearn) is building a movement of five million students publicly […]
By: Dese Zuberi. In one part of a three-part series with New Tech Network coaches, Dese shares lessons learned as an educational coach and the role of schools in communities.
[…] realm have the same goal—to improve performance and assist those they coach in reaching their full potential. In the school setting, coaches provide one-on-one support to help teachers tackle classroom challenges and identify strategies that best support their practices as well as student achievement. The Dynamic Learning Project (DLP), a national program developed in partnership […]
By: Jim Furman. If we take the opportunity to make this a transformative year for our teachers and the profession by focusing on support rather than evaluation, we can create a system of teacher evaluation and support that is better than our old normal.
By: Adam Geller Time is one of the most precious commodities for teachers. With so many things to get done, there’s just not enough time during the typical school day to accomplish it all. Helping teachers get their jobs done is one of the most concrete examples of how artificial intelligence (AI) will continue to […]
By: Vriti Saraf and Angela Tung The influence teachers have on our children has and always will shape the world. Therefore, logically, the more we invest in teachers, the more our students will thrive, and the more our communities will improve and innovate. During COVID-19 related school closures, the creative ways in which teachers […]
[…] of worsening crises in our society—you know that our education system is in dire straits. According to a recent Forbes article, national research found that 54% of teachers surveyed in 2021 are considering leaving the teaching profession within the next two years. More urgently, Edweek reported that 48% of teachers have considered quitting in the […]
By: Molly Gazin Earlier this summer, as Roadtrip Nation spoke to teachers across the country, we could feel the excitement building. The return to the classroom was coming, and with it, the familiar joys of connecting with students, teaching favorite lessons, and feeling that unique in-person energy. But over the past month, things have […]