Collective Pedagogical Teacher Culture and Mathematics Achievement [Article]

Authors’ findings suggest that politicians and bureaucrats must consider the implications of educational reform on the organizational culture of schools, asking whether reforms enhance schools’ cultures, thereby making them more …Continue reading

Teaching, learning, leading: Creating conditions where teachers stay, students thrive [Survey]


In March 2008, over 40,000 Massachusetts educators—teachers and administrators—responded to the Teaching, Learning and Leading Survey (TeLLS) that assessed whether positive teaching and learning conditions are present in schools across …Continue reading

Transforming the teaching profession: A joint statement

Improving student learning and educational equity require strong, consistent, and sustained collaboration among parents, teachers, school boards, superintendents and administrators, business leaders, and the community. And such improvements require that …Continue reading

Evolving FMCS role in education reform & labor-management collaboration [Presentation]


Despite years of government grants, incentives, and programs aimed at improving student achievement, underperforming schools and underachieving students persist across the United States. Recent debate around addressing this problem has …Continue reading

Educator quality for 21st-century: Collaboration between administrators, teachers [Report]


This framework, which is the product of a collaboration between the American Association of School Administrators and the American Federation of Teachers, addresses only one critical issue in reforming our …Continue reading