To Promote Student Achievement, a NYC School Will Pay Teachers $140K
With a mission to ensure teacher quality, a New York City public charter school is going to pay teachers more than double the national average salary.
Want to Support Education Leaders of Color? Help Them With Fundraising
To support Black women who want to open new schools, organizations should teach them how to raise money and introduce them to grantors and other potential donors.
South Carolina Teacher of the Year Wants His Students to ‘Change and Shift the World’
South Carolina Teacher of the Year Deion Jamison discusses his student-centered approach to teaching high school students and why teacher retention matters.
Season 2, Episode 6: Investing in Education’s Future
Host Jonathan Santos Silva speaks with Teach For America leaders about the importance of investing in BIPOC educators and the work TFA is doing to remove the barriers that keep them out of the classroom.
Maryland Teacher of the Year on the 'Unstoppable Power' of Her Pre-K Students
Maryland Teacher of the Year Berol Dewdney discusses her approach to teaching and the importance of brain science and human connection in early childhood education.
A Key to Native Students’ Success: Making the Teaching Profession a Home for Native Educators
Teachers and leaders across the Teach For America network are supporting Native students’ success by innovating approaches to recruiting and retaining Native educators.
What Will It Take to Create New Career Pathways for Latinx Educational Leaders?
What are the best ways to improve opportunities for advancement for Latinx teachers who aspire to become principals and superintendents?
California is Investing in Bilingual Educators in Asian Languages. What Does This Mean for AAPI Educators and Students?
California’s first-ever investment in bilingual teacher programs for Asian languages could help increase the number of AAPI educators in the state.
Changing Course Season 2: How BIPOC Leaders Flourish
Host Jonathan Santos Silva (South Dakota ‘10) will sit down with innovative nonprofits from across the country that are committed to attracting, training, and retaining BIPOC educators. Each episode will feature thoughtful conversations about how organizations are investing in and providing careers where BIPOC staff can flourish.