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A New Year’s Resolution: Celebrating Accomplished Teaching

This guest post comes from Ellen Sherratt, vice president of policy and research at the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards...

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A Principal’s Toolbox: Attracting and retaining highly effective teachers in high-need schools

This guest blog post comes from Latatia Johnson, instructional supervisor at Ascension Public Schools, who also served as the principal of...

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Equity in Education: Devoted teachers challenged me to succeed

This blog is a guest post by Nadja Young, Senior Manager for Education Industry Consulting at SAS, that originally appeared on the SAS blog...

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Equity in Education: I was a statistic

This blog is a guest post by Katrina Miller, Education Industry Consultant at SAS State & Local Government Practice, that originally...

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Thank You, Teachers! From, Your Education Policy Team

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week (May 8-12), Education Commission of the States would like to thank the teachers that we’ve known or...

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Doctoring New STEM Teachers

This blog post is a guest post by Jeff Weld, Ph.D., Executive Director, Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council The parallel evolution of...

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Spring Cleaning on Teacher Evaluation

This blog is a guest post written by Marisa Goldstein with the Aspen Institute Education & Society Program. With the days getting...

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