None of the Above

A new approach to testing and assessment

The E4E-New York Teacher Policy Team on Testing and Assessment recommends ways to improve how tests are used.

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Quality Compensation in Minnesota

Maximizing Q Comp’s potential to improve student outcomes

Read the new E4E-Minnesota Teacher Policy Team paper on effectively supporting and recognizing educators.

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Our Professional Perspective

Strategies to improve professional development in Bridgeport, Conn.

Learn about the launch of E4E-Connecticut and a call to invest in educators' professional growth.

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Paying It Forward in LA

Investing in school climate and differentiated compensation

See why E4E-Los Angeles Teacher Policy Teams are calling on these critical investments for the future of our schools.

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    About Us

    Educators 4 Excellence (E4E), a teacher-led organization, works to ensure that the voices of classroom teachers are included in the creation of policies that shape our classrooms and careers.

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    Teacher Policy Teams

    Through E4E Teacher Policy Teams, teachers have a unique opportunity to write and advocate on an issue affecting the teaching profession and student outcomes in their district.

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    County approves LAUSD budget

    September 12, 2014 – The district's $7.3 billion budget includes dollars for increased supports for students in special education classes, many of whom are foster youth, low-income students and English Language Learners (89.3 KPCC, Pass/Fail). »

    Minneapolis school board adopts plan to fight achievement gap

    September 10, 2014 – The new plan seeks to improve math and reading proficiency rates for students of color by 8 percentage points annually. The aim is to make up a nearly 50 percentage point gap in rates between white and minority students by the year 2020 (MPR News). »

    E4E Teachers Talk Back: Chelsea Usher

    September 9, 2014 – In this conversation with E4E-Connecticut Outreach Director John Tucker, Chelsea discusses the importance of building relationships with students and the power of teacher voice. »

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