The NNSTOY Resource Library is a collection of research reports, policy briefs, white papers, and other powerful documents that focus on today’s key topics in education. Browse our virtual library and review the topics that interest you.

NNSTOY Board of Directors

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 Blog

By Allison Riddle As an elementary teacher, I don’t often get to see where my students end up in life. Colleagues teaching in high school watch their students climb the stage at graduation, winning scholarships and awards I rarely hear about.

Pat Jordan, New York State Teacher of the Year 1993

Pat Jordan, New York State Teacher of the Year 1993


1993 New York Teacher of the Year

During her thirty-year career in secondary school education, Dr. Jordan  held teaching positions in mathematics, computer science, special... 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


Current News Melody Arabo (Minnesota 2015) co-authored a report recently released by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, The Right Tool for the Job: Improving Reading and Writing in the Classroom. Mike Soskil's (Pennsylvania 2017) article... read more

Teachers Leading Discussion Forum

We would like to invite you to join the conversation on our Teachers Leading discussion forum.  There is great conversation throughout the year about great teaching.

NNSTOY Video Series

Joellen Killion, Senior Advisor, Learning Forward

Joellen Killion, Senior Advisor, Learning Forward

“Teacher leadership is an untapped resource in schools. Teacher leaders engage their peers in collaborative inquiry to build a culture of continuous improvement and collective responsibility in which they work together to increase student achievement. In addition, teacher leaders serve as advocates of equitable education for the success of each student and community-wide support for public education and the professionalization of teaching.”

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