May 27, 2016 – Nearly 10,000 more votes were cast this year, including a projected increase of over 7,500 votes from in-school employees, said E4E-New York Executive Director Maryanne Kiley (press release). »
An alternative plan to improve New York teacher evaluations
E4E-New York teachers propose a plan to make evaluations more meaningful for teachers and the students they serve.
Paths for All: Implementing the Common Core for Unique Student Populations
NYC teachers propose ways to improve the Common Core for English-language learner, special education, and District 75 students.
Meaningful and Fair: Improving Due Process and Tenure for New York Teachers and Students
As school districts, education leaders and New York’s courts debate the future of teacher tenure, check out recommendations from a team of E4E-New York members that aim to preserve job protections, but make tenure designations far more meaningful.
May 25, 2016 – E4E-New York teacher Lexie Woo shares her experience with resource disparities in the classroom — gaps the U.S. Department of Education hopes to narrow with clearer guidance around the Every Student Succeeds Act (NewsOne). »
May 23, 2016 – In Albany, mayoral control of New York City schools was the main topic of discussion along with teacher evaluation and linking funding to school improvement (Politico New York). »