August 16, 2012 – Public Impact’s Bryan Hassel teams up with Celine Coggins of Teach Plus in this Commentary for Education Week. They argue that school reform efforts that do not expand the impact—and number—of excellent teachers are bound to fall short. Schools must extend the reach of excellent teachers to more students, couple teacher collaboration […]
July 30, 2012 – In this Education Next post, Bryan Hassel and Emily Ayscue Hassel explain the findings of Public Impact’s recent financial analyses aimed at determining how much more schools could pay teachers—within budget—just by putting excellent teachers in charge of more students’ learning. The analyses found that schools could free funds to pay excellent teachers […]
July 24, 2012 – This Huffington Post article highlights Public Impact’s recently published financial analyses of three reach extension school models. The analyses demonstrate how, by redesigning teacher roles to allow excellent teachers to reach more students, schools can free funds to pay those teachers up to 40 percent more for teaching roles and up to […]
July 11, 2012 – In this guest column on Tom Vander Ark’s Vander Ark on Innovation blog, Emily Ayscue Hassel and Bryan Hassel emphasize seven priorities educational technology innovators should consider when designing digital learning tools. By consulting excellent teachers, innovators can create tools that help excellent teachers reach far more students and lead peers, accelerating […]
July 3, 2012 – As more schools use technology and new staffing models to reach more students with personalized learning and excellent teachers, how will evaluation systems keep up? In this blog post for Education Next, Bryan Hassel and Emily Ayscue Hassel examine what schools can do to select, develop, and evaluate teachers in new […]
June 4, 2012 – Bryan Hassel and Emily Ayscue Hassel describe Public Impact’s new teacher career paths stemming from school models that use job redesign and technology to reach more students with excellent teaching, in this post for Education Next. These models enable excellent teachers to expand their positive impact on students, and many allow additional time for planning, collaboration, and […]
May 10, 2012 – Public Impact, a national education organization, announces its selection of the first implementation site in its initiative to extend the reach of excellent teachers and build an Opportunity Culture for teachers and students: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Project L.I.F.T. Read the full news release here.
May 7, 2012 – In this Education Next post, Emily Ayscue Hassel and Bryan Hassel unveil Public Impact’s new infographic. The infographic illustrates our Opportunity Culture Initiative, which uses job redesign and technology to extend the reach of excellent teachers to more students, for more pay—creating an “Opportunity Culture” for all U.S. teachers and students.
May 1, 2012 – Public Impact has published 10 new school models that use job redesign and technology to extend the reach of excellent teachers to more students, for more pay, within budget. The 10 models are part of a larger set of 20+ model summaries published by Public Impact in late 2011. In each of […]
January 27, 2012 – In this Getting Smart blog post, Tom Vander Ark cites Public Impact’s Opportunity at the Top, highlighting that even though we can’t put a great teacher in every classroom in school systems as they exist now, we can leverage technology and talent in redesigned systems to extend the reach of our […]