JNTP in the News


Imagine yourself, for a moment, as a veteran, experienced teacher who has been invited to become the assistant principal. Other than being an effective, well regarded teacher, and having served under an array of administrators, you have had no training or preparation for this job. You may have a real sense of the changes that the school needs, but questions and challenges loom large….

Universal Design for Learning: Lowering the barriers without lowering the bar

Leadership transition and institutional memory

Climbing the mountain: Supporting novice educators through induction

The view is beautiful once you are up there The CASJE study affirms the importance of induction – providing formal, structured support to new educators during their first few years on the job…

Aligning instructional leadership to advance student learning

Schools are most effective in advancing student learning when there is alignment across roles, from head of school to classroom teachers…

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