Spotlighting Innovators of a New Teacher-Led Profession

The votes are in, and P.S. 9, a Manhattan elementary school with a determined block of teachers who pressed for the chance to work collaboratively, has won the $25,000 Rohatyn Prize. Congratulations to P.S. 9 and all our five finalists, all of whom are pioneering teacher-led school improvement.

Great Principals Know Teaching Matters - and We Recognize Them

Great Principals come in a wide variety of personalities and styles - there is no single template.

How 60 Kids, 3 Teachers, and 1 Innovative Principal are Improving Teacher Effectiveness

Rose Kerr is the recipient of the second annual Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize.

Five Principals of Schools Where Teaching Matters

The five Finalists have been determined.

Rohatyn Prize for Schools Where Teaching Matters

There is no question that teaching matters. Accordingly, this year’s $15,000 Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize will highlight innovations in the area of teacher capacity-building and effectiveness.

Teaching Matters Presents Fourth Annual Summer Forum for Principals with a Focus on the Common Core State Standards

NEW YORK, June 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/--What are the Common Core State Standards and how will this new initiative affect instruction in our schools?

VOTE NOW for Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize Finalists

There are only three days left to cast your vote!

Teaching Matters Announces Eleven Semi-Finalists for First Annual Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize

NEW YORK, June 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Teaching Matters announces eleven semi-finalists for the first annual Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize for School Innovation -- $15,000 awarded to a school principal to support, sustain or further an innovative or burgeoning school program or practice that ha

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