Through all the politics swirling around public education, Boston’s teachers and paraprofessionals keep their eyes on the prize: providing a quality education to Boston’s students. Keeping our students engaged in learning requires more than teaching to the test.
In the pages below we focus on what’s working in our schools:
- The BTU and its members are regularly recognized for their accomplishments. See a sampling of some of those awards and acknowledgments
- “We’re Learning Here” provides a close up of classroom teachers at work and the students they work with every day
- The Peer Assistance and Review program has received kudos for making teacher-to-teacher mentoring work for new teachers as well as struggling veteran teachers
- In 2009, one of the first teacher-run schools was opened as a Boston pilot school — the BTU School. Find out what makes it tick.
- Read more about the contributions of teachers and the inspiring peer-to-peer learning at our Professional Learning Conference.