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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Commemorating Brown v. Board

E4E teachers highlight how to continue case's legacy

Check out E4E teachers' blog posts in Education Week about necessary steps to increase equity in our schools.

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NYC Teachers Contract

Check out the gradebook

E4E-NY teachers evaluate the contract on its potential to elevate student learning and the teaching profession.

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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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    Recent News

    E4E Teachers Talk Back: Chris Fazio

    July 23, 2014 – Chris Fazio is an English teacher at in Queens. In this conversation with, Chris discusses why he joined E4E, what he hopes to accomplish as a Summer Resident, and why it’s important for teachers to be involved in their unions. »

    Why ​d​o Americans ​s​tink at ​m​ath?

    July 23, 2014 – A new feature examines how the United States had developed an effective way to teach math but struggled to implement it, and what potential the Common Core offers to address this (The New York Times Magazine). »

    Holly Kragthorpe: Valuing teachers beyond seniority number

    July 23, 2014 – Holly, an E4E-Minnesota member, charges teachers with the task of improving tenure and says "the best way to move forward from Vergara is to have honest conversations that include everyone, especially teachers themselves" (Grand Forks Herald). »

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