Nashville Sites Extending Excellent Teachers’ Reach

March 7, 2013—Public Impact today announced the latest implementation site in its initiative to extend the reach of excellent teachers and build an Opportunity Culture for teachers and students: Metro Nashville Public Schools’ Innovation Zone. Three pilot schools in the “iZone” —Buena Vista Elementary, Robert Churchwell Museum Magnet Elementary and Bailey STEM Magnet Middle School—will use the Opportunity Culture school models designed to reach more students with excellent teachers, for more pay, within regular budgets. Read our press release to learn more.

Keep Learning

Parts 1 and 2: Paying Teachers More—Within Budget (10:08)

Watch this space for an updated motiongraphic, based on the experiences of the first pilot schools to implement their own Opportunity Cultures, showing the importance of models that let teams led by excellent teachers reach many more students, and let all teachers...

An Opportunity Culture for All

Making Teaching a Highly Paid, High-Impact Profession Full Report [pdf] | Summary [pdf] In this brief written in 2013, Public Impact Co-Presidents Emily Ayscue Hassel and Bryan C. Hassel shared their vision of an Opportunity Culture, explaining how extending the reach...