New Teacher Center’s interim co-CEOs Atyani Howard and Arthur Mills IV outline the progress and organizational momentum driving us toward our ambitious goals for 2022 and beyond. The time for educational equity is now; students, educators, and communities deserve thriving schools where everyone's future burns bright.
Dr. Blackburn played a critical role in advancing NTC over the past four years and he will support the new leadership team behind the scenes in the weeks ahead to ensure a smooth transition.
The fire we light together warms us all and turns us toward shining days. We look forward to the new year and sustaining each other on the journey ahead.
It’s easy to take for granted the things that make our NTC community special.
The rebrand reflects its commitment to center students, advance equity in schools, and empower educators with coaching-based professional learning.
The project will support 1,366 K-8 teachers and 64,920 K-8 students in 124 schools (50 percent of schools designated rural).
Along with 29 other organizations and researchers, NTC asks for the opportunity to meet with Dr. Cardona and his team to inform their policy agenda.
The Professional Learning Partnerships Initiative is an effort to advance professional learning services to support the equitable implementation of high-quality instructional materials.
A new report finds that investing in evidence-based professional learning and coaching for teachers pays off fast – not just in improved lifelong student outcomes, but also cost-savings for districts.