“A conversation with Bryan Hassel on Opportunity Culture”
North Carolina State University’s Northeast Leadership Academy (NELA), May 2015
Public Impact co-director Bryan Hassel discusses an Opportunity Culture with educators, legislators, and policy experts convened by NELA to consider how to empower teachers and maximize teacher leadership. The facilitators are Kathy Saunders, 2014 NC Teacher of the Year for Region V, and Robyn Fehrman, Executive Director, Teach for American Eastern NC.
“Teachers and the Great Economic Debate”
Emerging Issues Forum, February 11, 2014
In North Carolina today, too many have given up on the mantra of “a great teacher in every classroom.” But Bryan Hassel told the 2014 Emerging Issues Forum in Raleigh, N.C., how we can put a great teacher in every classroom, for more pay, within budget—and how Charlotte-Mecklenburg and other U.S. districts are doing so right now. Watch his TED-style talk here.
“Expanding Access to Great Teachers”
Thomas B. Fordham Institute, February 20, 2014
How can more students have access to excellent teachers? Increasing class sizes is one way, but we have many other options, Public Impact’s co-director, Bryan C. Hassel, said at a discussion at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute–watch it below.
Getting Excellent Teachers to All Students
Center for American Progress, November 13, 2013
Bryan Hassel, Christen Holly, and Gillian Locke joined the Center for American Progress for a discussion about the federal government’s role in getting more students consistent access to highly effective teachers with the release of “Giving Every Student Access to Excellent Teachers: A Vision for Focusing Federal Investments in Education.” Watch the presentation below.
The Opportunity Culture: Extending Great Teaching
School Leadership Briefing, May 1, 2013
Public Impact Co-director Bryan C. Hassel talks about extending the reach of excellent teachers, for more pay, within budget, in an Opportunity Culture. Listen to his interview in the May 2013 issue of School Leadership Briefing.
Teachers in the Age of Digital Instruction
School Leadership Briefing, February 1, 2012
Public Impact Co-director Bryan C. Hassel looks at “Teachers in the Age of Digital Instruction” and why teacher effectiveness may increasingly matter in a digital world. Listen to his interview in the February 2012 issue of School Leadership Briefing.