The board is confident in Tommy’s abilities to stand on the shoulders of those who have stood before him and continue to advance the organization’s work to disrupt the predictability of educational inequities for systemically underserved students by accelerating educator effectiveness.
Mary Kelly Persyn, New Teacher Center’s Vice President of Legal and Strategic Advocacy, has been elected a member of the American Law Institute (ALI).
The need for rest and restoration is a critical part of sustaining what it takes to meet our mission. To that end, NTC will close for a summer break from July 1-15 and return to work on Monday, July 18.
We must evolve what we do in touch with the truth: our people-driven coaching can only support and co-create thriving school communities if they're safe. The uneasiness and fear that sit on the shoulders of our teachers and students make education's possibilities unattainable. No one can pursue a life of opportunity, joy, and curiosity when uncertain of their security.
The grant from the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) will support a partnership between the Niswonger Foundation and NTC to advance educational equity in pursuit of our shared vision for inclusive and thriving school communities.
This National Teacher Appreciation Week, we honor and celebrate the thousands of unseen things educators do to show up in service for students, families, and communities nationwide.
We're excited to share our 2021 Annual Report: Community Rising Together. Our communities need to see, feel, and believe that we're fighting to make inclusive, thriving schools where everyone succeeds in heart and mind the norm.
We're excited to share that philanthropist and author MacKenzie Scott recently made a historic donation to progress our work and vision. Her gift answers our call to redesign professional learning and school ecosystems to be inclusive, equitable, and impactful.
The gift will support student-centered professional learning that empowers educators to take on the challenging inequities facing millions of systemically underserved students.
NTC's interim Co-CEO Atyani Howard and America Forward's Executive Director Deborah Smolover wrote an op-ed for EdSource on how the responsibility for creating robust coaching and capacity-building approaches should not fall exclusively on current educators and school leaders with already-full plates.