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What We Know About Differential and Performance Pay for Teachers

Among governors’ State of the State addresses this year, a majority spoke about teacher compensation, including differential pay that...

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Can the Gig Economy Help Alleviate Teacher Shortages?

This guest post comes from Evan Erdberg, CEO and president of Proximity Learning Inc., a valued partner organization. Views expressed in...

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Improving Professional Learning for Educators Through Micro-Credentials

This guest post comes from Jennifer Barnett, a services specialist at the Center for Teaching Quality (CTQ). Views expressed in guest posts...

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Transforming State Teacher Licensure Systems to Support Ongoing Learning and Growth

This post was written in collaboration with Melissa Tooley, director of educator quality at New America. As with the professions of...

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Addressing Teacher Shortages Through National Service

This guest post comes from Alex Hartman, director of teacher pathways at City Year, and Jada Lewis, executive director of City Year Baton...

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Opportunities to Use ESSA to Support and Retain New Teachers

This guest post comes from Lisa Lachlan-Haché, principal researcher for the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders at the American...

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Mahalo to Hawaii’s Accomplished Teachers

This guest post comes from Ka`ulu Gapero, a National Board Certified Teacher, director at Ho`olaukoa Educational Systems and Strategies and...

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#ThankATeacher … and a State Policymaker?

This spring, teacher walkouts in states across the country have dominated our news feeds. A Google search for “RedForEd” pulls nearly a...

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How States Can Develop Their Early Education Workforce

This guest post comes from Abbie Lieberman, policy analyst at New America. Last month, the federal government passed an omnibus spending...

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State Policies That Seek to Build Stronger Teacher Pipelines

Of the enacted state legislation in 2017, no issue we track received greater attention than teachers. This is not surprising, given...

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