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September 02, 2015

New Online Teacher-Certification Program Plans for Rapid Expansion

The TEACH-NOW Educatore School of Education plans to train 10,000 teachers over the next five years, up from 600.

August 27, 2015

Administration Seeks Extension of 'Highly Qualified' Status for Trainee Teachers

The White House wants the so-called loophole in the federal HQT rules to be extended, warning that failure to do so could squeeze alternative certification programs.

June 03, 2015

Ed. Dept.: Poorest Districts Have More Trainee Teachers

High-poverty districts tend to have more teachers-in-training than other districts, but overall there aren't that many such teachers, a federal report says.

February 04, 2015

Two TNTP Leaders to Step Down, Spurring Organizational Transition

The influential alternative teacher certification group's leadership will transition this summer, with two trusted employees advancing to the top spots.

February 03, 2015

Report Analyzes Teach For America's Growing Pains

The polarizing organization is facing more pushback and bad press than previously, it finds.

January 13, 2015

Ed. Dept. Report on Alternative-Certification Teachers A Year Late

The Education Department has badly missed a deadline to prepare the congressionally mandated report.

December 15, 2014

Teach For America Facing Recruitment Challenges

Teach For America may fall 25 percent short of demand for its teachers, the organization said in a memo to partner districts.

December 08, 2014

Higher Academic Standing Seen Among Recent New York Teacher Hires

New York is drawing more of its teachers from the top-third of scorers on the SAT exam, and fewer from the bottom third of the pool.

August 11, 2014

Diversity on the Rise Among TFA Recruits

TFA's newest corps is its most diverse ever, with fully half identifying as people of color.

June 19, 2014

Two on TFA: Studies Examine Cluster Placements and Older Novices

Two recent studies on TFA examine facets of the program. One continues to find that recruits boosted math scores in Miami schools, although they didn't seem to have much effect on their peer teachers. Another finds that older recruits are more likely to stay in the profession.

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