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The Board of Directors is responsible for providing direction to and overseeing the affairs of the NNSTOY in the interests of the membership. It consists of State Techers of the Year and other professionals.
Member BlogAugust 22, 2016 How to Manage Your Relationship with a New Principal for the Good of Your School By Alex Kajitani If you teach in a school that’s had the same principal for the past five years, you needn’t read any further. Still reading? Of course
Debra Calvino, New York State Teacher of the Year 2010
2010 New York Teacher of the Year
Debra is the 2010 New York State Teacher of the Year. She began her teaching career as a high school special education teacher in 1981. She has... read more
Current Education News
In a Flash Poll conducted June 6-17, 2016, members of the National Network of State Teachers of the Year indicated that states and districts are doing little to engage them around the new Every Student Succeeds Act, as required by law. Data from... read more
Teachers Leading Discussion Forum
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Chris Minnich, Executive Director, Council of Chief State School Officers
National and State Teachers of the Year play an important role by helping guide policy discussions that affect students and the education profession with chief state school officers and their staff. We applaud the many Teachers of the Year who are helping lead the implementation of the Common Core State Standards and many other instructional improvements in classrooms and schools across the country.
CCSSO is proud to be the home of the National Teacher of the Year Program, and we applaud the outstanding accomplishments of all teacher leaders. We look forward to even more dialogue with teacher leaders in the future and wish you the very best in your work.