TNTP

AcronymDefinition
TNTPThe New Teacher Project
TNTPTaman Nasional Tanjung Puting (Indonesian: Tanjung Puting National Park)
TNTPThieu Nien Tien Phong (Vietnamese: Teen Pioneer; youth program)
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Second, most school districts ignored these important differences in performance by treating all teachers as interchangeable parts, a phenomenon dubbed the "widget effect" in a timely 2009 report by TNTP (formerly The New Teacher Project).
Last year, The New Teacher Project (TNTP) reported that the nation's 50 largest urban school districts lose some 10,000 high-performing teachers each year (2012).
are retaining far more higher-performing teachers than lower-performing ones due to recent reforms, making it the first urban district in the nation to demonstrate this effect, according to research by The New Teacher Project (TNTP).
Founded by TNTP, the Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice is an annual award for the nation's best teachers in high-poverty public schools.
Getting teachers to work in urban or rural districts, especially ones serving low-income and minority students, is not always easy, but The New Teacher Project (TNTP) and its Teaching Fellows programs have made it less difficult.
The most high-profile start-ups include nonprofits with a dedicated mission of teacher training, such as Teach for America (TFA) and the New Teacher Project (TNTP), and prominent charter management organizations (CMOs), such as Harlem Village Academies.
Nonprofits include organizations such as Aspire Public Schools, New Leaders, TNTP, and Khan Academy.
Opposing the assessment undermines the credibility of teachers unions, argued The New Teacher Project (TNTP) president Tim Daly in Education Week in February 2014.
Caryn Meyers Fliegler, a former editor at University Business, is a staffing manager at the nonprofit TNTP.
ON JULY 30, THE NEW TEACHER Project (TNTP), a nonprofit dedicated to closing the achievement gap, released a study that, according to David Keeling, vice president of communications, tells a story of systemic neglect for our nation's best teachers.