Teachers Believe More Autonomy and Support Will Help Common Core Succeed View the Complete Report Chicago, IL – A report issued today by a teacher collaborative reinforced educators’ support of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and aligned assessments. In addition, the educators generally believe the initiative will improve student learning and teacher practice when educators
NEA is hosting a new VIVA Idea Exchange looking at time in school.
Three VIVA Teachers collaborated to summarize their experiences for the article “Educators Speak Out: Organizations offer teachers new avenues for influencing education policy” that appeared in the July/August edition of Harvard Education Letter.
When the Colorado General Assembly convenes in the new year, it will be considering legislation governing educator licensure. The Colorado Education Association (CEA) strongly believes the experience and insights of educators are critical to shaping any changes to Colorado’s licensing system. For that reason, last week, CEA launched a VIVA Idea Exchange to seek member input on
In March 2013, the VIVA Minneapolis Teachers Idea Exchange invited 5,000 K–12th grade teachers and education support professionals working in Minneapolis public schools to share their perspectives and experiences about maintaining a successful learning culture while addressing behavioral and discipline issues in their classrooms. They were invited to share their ideas in response to this