Hope Street Group Fellow Jennie Watkins discusses the need to provide adequate funding without bake sales, car washes, and garage sales or selling candies, fruit, cookie dough, and magazines.


Hope Street Fellow Jana Bryant discusses the need to invest in the power of education.


Hope Street Fellow Pennye Rogers discusses the need for resources in her science classroom, teacher training, etc.


Hope Street Fellow Brad Clark discusses the need for adequate funding.


Guest Blogger Ellen Sherratt discusses the war on talent and says teaching must both be and be perceived to be an exciting career for college students with many other options.


Guest blogger Robyn Oatley discusses the need to align Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for true change to occur.


While the Standards have caught the imagination of educational reformers, their intended impact remains less clear to parents. School leaders can play an important role in providing context for parents.


Guest blogger Susan Weston discusses how to best use numbers to frame the data.


Guest blogger David Cook says we must transform our current time-based system to one based on mastery of content.


Guest Blogger Sarah Yost, a 2013 -2014 Hope Street Group teacher fellow, who teaches 8th grade English Language Arts shares her experiences with the standards.


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