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Colleagues, time is running out to protect teachers of color

Friday, March 4, 2022


Paula Cole, Executive Director of E4E-Minnesota

On the precipice of a potential teacher strike initiated by the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers, one issue lurks in the background–impending layoffs that will disproportionately affect...

E4E-CT State Director Speaks on Mental Health Support in Schools

Wednesday, March 2, 2022


Daniel Pearson, Executive Director E4E-Connecticut

Dear honorable members of the Public Health Committee and the Committee on Children. Thank you for the opportunity to speak in support of SB2 and HB5001. 

My name is Daniel...

2022 Black History Month Wrap Up - E4E-Boston

Monday, February 28, 2022


This month, a powerful group of Boston leaders and educators gathered to celebrate Black History Month at E4E-Boston’s “We Are Black History” event. Throughout the celebration, speakers were...

Letter to Mayor-Elect of Boston Michelle Wu

Wednesday, November 3, 2021


Lisa Lazare, State Director, E4E-Boston

Mayor-Elect Wu,

On behalf of Educators for Excellence Boston (E4E-Boston) I want to congratulate you on your historic election as Mayor of Boston. As State Director of a

A Different Kind of “Student Teacher”

Tuesday, September 21, 2021


Enkeleda Gjoni, High School Teacher

When you hear the term “student teacher,” usually what springs to mind is a college junior spending a semester in a classroom as part of their education major, slowly learning the skills...

Take Action for Universal Dyslexia Screenings

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

In a survey of over 400 New York educators, special services for unique student populations emerged as the top priority — and now we have the chance to help some of our most vulnerable students:...