Original article on Education Post by Peter Cunningham.
Recently, the teacher-led reform group Educators for Excellence (E4E) announced a rebranding that includes an updated set of core principles and a new look for the six-year-old organization. Today E4E has six chapters (Boston, Connecticut, New York, Chicago, Minnesota and Los Angeles) and more than 25,000 members, who are united around a common set of values and principles for improving student learning and elevating the teaching profession.
On February 10, E4E held an event at The Newseum in Washington, D.C., featuring teacher and student panels moderated by former Education Secretary John King and former D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson. Co-founders and Co-CEO’s Sydney Morris and Evan Stone shared a few thoughts as part of our weekly “Coffee Break” series.
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