New Teacher Project

New Teacher Project

TNTP, formerly known as The New Teacher Project, is an organization in the United States with a mission of ensuring that poor and minority students get equal access to effective teachers. It attempts to help urban school districts and states recruit and train new teachers, staff challenged schools, design evaluation systems, and retain teachers who have demonstrated the ability to raise student achievement. Wikipedia

New Teacher Project

TNTP, formerly known as The New Teacher Project, is an organization in the United States with a mission of ensuring that poor and minority students get equal access to effective teachers. It attempts to help urban school districts and states recruit and train new teachers, staff challenged schools, design evaluation systems, and retain teachers who have demonstrated the ability to raise student achievement. Wikipedia

  • Oct 27 at 5:34 PM
    Were working on multiplication right now. So far, Ive liked it a lot because the problems get harder and harder. Even though it can sometimes be scary, I know that with my teachers help, I can always push through and find the answer.Kolton, Third Grade Student . Hear more from Kolton at the link in the @tntp description.
  • Oct 27 at 1:58 PM
    Discussions about public education are filled with opinions, from politicians, advocates, educators, and parents. We have a lot of different ideas, but we generally have one thing in commonwe''re adults. All too often, theres a crucial voice missing from these conversations: students, the people schools exist to serve. What do they want from their schools? What do they want for themselves and their lives? And whens the last time people who wield the power in education asked them those questions? . Were launching a new series of blog posts today that will feature the voices of K-12 students. These kidsfrom district, charter, and magnet schools, from Oregon to Texas to Louisiana to New Yorkhave sky-high aspirations and clear suggestions for how the grown-ups in their lives can help them realize those dreams. . Visit the link in the @tntp description to hear from one of these kids!
  • Oct 26 at 5:13 PM
    Ive never had a brown skin teacherand I really hope to have one before I graduate. I feel like Im always pressuring myself and trying to please my teachers just to help them feel better about having a smart black girl in their classit would be cool not to have to worry about that. Kayla, 10th Grade Student . Hear from Kayla at the link in the @tntp description.
  • Oct 7 at 0:13 PM
    Exciting conversations on sovereignty, choice in #NativeEd, and culturally-responsive teaching at #NIEA2017 all week. Thanks for hosting @niea1969!

Oct 27, 5:34 PM

Were working on multiplication right now. So far, Ive liked it a lot because the problems get harder and harder. Even though it can sometimes be scary, I know that with my teachers help, I can always push through and find the answer.Kolton, Third Grade Student . Hear more from Kolton at the link in the @tntp description.

Oct 27, 1:58 PM

Discussions about public education are filled with opinions, from politicians, advocates, educators, and parents. We have a lot of different ideas, but we generally have one thing in commonwe''re adults. All too often, theres a crucial voice missing from these conversations: students, the people schools exist to serve. What do they want from their schools? What do they want for themselves and their lives? And whens the last time people who wield the power in education asked them those questions? . Were launching a new series of blog posts today that will feature the voices of K-12 students. These kidsfrom district, charter, and magnet schools, from Oregon to Texas to Louisiana to New Yorkhave sky-high aspirations and clear suggestions for how the grown-ups in their lives can help them realize those dreams. . Visit the link in the @tntp description to hear from one of these kids!

Oct 26, 5:13 PM

Ive never had a brown skin teacherand I really hope to have one before I graduate. I feel like Im always pressuring myself and trying to please my teachers just to help them feel better about having a smart black girl in their classit would be cool not to have to worry about that. Kayla, 10th Grade Student . Hear from Kayla at the link in the @tntp description.

Oct 7, 0:13 PM

Exciting conversations on sovereignty, choice in #NativeEd, and culturally-responsive teaching at #NIEA2017 all week. Thanks for hosting @niea1969!

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