In the News

Some recent press clippings:

Modernizing Teaching in New York 07/20/2016, In the News

Integrating New York City’s Schools 07/12/2016, In the News

Chalkbeat Rise & Shine 06/24/2016, In the News

Summit to ‘elevate’ teaching profession takes place next week 06/09/2016, In the News

Why one Brooklyn high school is making a big bet on teacher training 05/26/2016, In the News

The art of teaching teachers how to teach reading 04/29/2016, In the News

NY Urban League, Teaching Matters, and Educators4Excellence Unite for Bethune Fellowship Project; Diverse Fellows to Address Education Reform and Equity Issues 04/29/2016, In the News

'Testing' Doesn't Have to Be a Dirty Word 04/15/2016, In the News

Collaboration, not conflict, in education 03/29/2016, In the News
After years of bitter disagreements from all sides in the education arena, a new approach is evolving. This one calls for harmony among the many voices trying to improve things for children. And though it's impossible to paper over real differences, there is a set of common goals that's resonating for groups as diverse as the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and Teach for America (TFA).

Holistic solutions urged to combat poverty's impact on students 10/21/2015, In the News
NEW YORK, Oct. 21, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- New York Deputy Mayor Richard Buery rues the polarization and "toxic" politics that often mark discussions about how to help children living in poverty get the education they deserve. But today, he was part of a solution-oriented session - at Teaching Matters' 7th Annual Champions of Innovation and Education Luncheon - that yielded much agreement about the depth of the problem, and available remedies.