About 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.

These teams of 15-20 teachers spend weeks researching, sharing experiences, and writing recommendations that originate from the classroom. Then, team members work with fellow teachers to discuss and advocate for these recommendations.

Since 2011, teachers have tackled issues including both principal and teacher evaluation, pay structures, and layoffs through Teacher Policy Teams.

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Educators 4 Excellence teachers: Keep tenure but make it meaningful

February 17, 2015 – As school districts, education leaders and court systems across the country debate the future of teacher tenure, Educators 4 Excellence (E4E) members today issued a series of recommendations to preserve job protections but make tenure designations far more ... »

Fix Testing—Don’t End It

November 13, 2014 – E4E-New York Teacher Policy Team member Maura Henry calls for improving testing in schools, while not forgetting the value that high quality assessments can offer teachers and students (Education Week). »

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