June 20, 2016 – New York school districts will now have until the end of December to see how they will be evaluated next year, since the state’s end-of-session budget deal gives districts more time to work out the details of their new plans (Chalkbeat New York). »
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.
Only 8 percent of New York City teachers are men of color. Here’s how the city is trying to change that
June 20, 2016 – Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a $16 million program to add 1,000 male teachers of color by 2018 (Chalkbeat New York). »
June 18, 2016 – Last Friday, the State Legislature agreed to extend mayoral control for one year with a reporting requirement (The New York Times). »