CSTP regularly monitors the status of Washington's teaching corps (distribution, mobility, demographics).
This guest editorial makes the case that if we are truly serious about helping students succeed, we must ensure that every student in our state has a high-quality teacher every minute of every day.
Schools with high poverty levels and low standardized-test scores lost more teachers, on average, than other schools in the Edmonds School District, according to a statewide study on teacher retention Read more »
On October 6th Washington Mutual Co-hosted with CSTP at the Hilton Sea-Tac our Fall Invitational Forum. Read more »
On April 14, 2004, CSTP staff and the UW research team presented a summary of findings from their work at the annual AERA conference in San Diego.
Kati Haycock addressed the issue of Improving Achievement and Closing Gaps Between Groups: Good Teaching Matters a Lot
Teachers Count Support for Teachers
Discussion on efforts to design a new generation of data systems and institutional practices truly capable of strengthening teacher preparation across Washington State.
Supporting and Retaining the Next Generation of Teachers
Discussion on successful practices and emerging ideas to link pupil learning to teacher preparation.