October 20, 2016 – Twelve schools will change their admission policies to give priority to disadvantaged students, joining seven schools who did the same last year as part of a program to reverse recent demographic shifts (The New York Times). »
All In: Creating a Culture of Support: The Promise and Potential of Community Schools in New York City
Community Schools aim to improve student achievement through strong partnerships between principals, parents, teachers and community-based organizations (CBOs).
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.
October 19, 2016 – Suraj Gopal has been teaching for 10 years in the New York City Department of Education through the New York City Teaching Fellows Program. He is a high school mathematics teacher at the Hudson High School of Learning Technologies in Manhattan. In this conv... »
October 12, 2016 – Teachers and community members across the state have until Nov. 14 to submit comments on proposed changes to Common Core that were released in September (Chalkbeat New York). »