November 24, 2015 – Mayor Bill de Blasio's $850 million investment will build on previous efforts in order to reach more students by 2017 (Chalkbeat-New York). »
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.
November 16, 2015 – Seventy one percent of the initial responses to New York’s Common Core comprehensive survey have been positive, according to the state education commissioner, which indicates that there is more consensus than many realize (Chalkbeat-New York). »
November 11, 2015 – How can we get the best teachers where they’re needed most? E4E-New York teacher Paul Evert Asjes offers four key building blocks (E4E News Blog). »