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How E4E Educators Advocated for NYC Solves

Thursday, June 27, 2024

New York

NYC leadership recently announced the launch of NYC Solves–directly responding to E4E teachers’ continued calls for addressing the City’s persistent math...

The Facts: "An Act Enabling All Students to Thrive"

Tuesday, February 20, 2024


There has been a disingenuous and false narrative being promoted by opponents of our legislation, not only mischaracterizing what the bill is fighting for but also WHO the bill is fighting...

Tameika Williams - 2024 Black History Month Educator Spotlight

Monday, February 5, 2024


Educators For Excellence

E4E-Minnesota celebrates 2024 Black History Month by spotlighting Black educators and uplifting their voices. In this post, we spotlight Tameika Williams, a Licensed Teacher and Education Pathway...

We need to be doing more for LAUSD’s Black students

Monday, December 11, 2023

Los Angeles

Sarina Sande, Executive Director for Educators for Excellence

If students can connect with their school work and see themselves represented in their lessons, they can reconnect with their educators and their...

But For Real Though, how are the children?

Monday, November 20, 2023


In loving memory of Brent Hamlet

America has significant challenges with its  Education System.  An ongoing trend has been often to go along to get along so we are not to question the writings on the wall of white supremacy,...

Why we celebrate Labor Day

E4E teachers and staff on the steps of New York City Hall delivering a press conference.

Friday, September 1, 2023


Educators For Excellence

Labor Day is a day for us to celebrate American workers’ social and economic achievements over the last century. At Educators for Excellence (E4E), the annual...

13 Key Moments in 13 Years

Friday, August 25, 2023


This week, Educators for Excellence (E4E) celebrates its 13th anniversary! What began in 2010 as an idea from a small group of teachers in the Bronx has since grown to a movement of more than...