Educators 4 Excellence Co-CEO Evan Stone

Educators 4 Excellence Co-CEO Evan Stone

Evan Stone E4E

Evan Stone
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Educators 4 Excellence Co-CEO Evan Stone took time out to chat with the Core about educators and his work to broaden their base of resources. Evan attended a small private school, as a youth, in California and quickly experienced the achievement gap when his best friend was unable to attend the same school and experienced a wildly different education in the public sector. Stone wanted to address this issue in college and eventually taught for Teach for America at the largest elementary school in NY at PS 86 in the Bronx.

                                                  “Learn, Network and Take Action”-Evan Stone

E4E emerged from these experiences and began to establish a platform for teachers to recognize their voice and serve as the experts in schools as originally intended. E4E has been around for over three years and has approximately 13,000 members. Stone talks about the misconceptions of teachers in the U.S. and shares his thoughts on how we can better support teachers and how teacher evaluation impacts staffs as a whole.

Enjoy!

Rod

 

3 Comments

  1. E4E co-founder Evan Stone
    Jan 10, 2014 @ 09:19:03

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  2. Bronx Teacher
    Jan 11, 2014 @ 20:49:22

    Evan Stone is nothing but a shill for corporate deform and a mouth piece for Bill Gates. Evan, and his babe, Sydney Morris taught for no more than 3 years and for some reason they and others think they are experts.

    See the truth here: http://www.southbronxschool.com/search/label/Evan%20Stone

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    • Rod Berger
      Jan 13, 2014 @ 11:49:54

      Thank you for your interest in the story. Have you had the opportunity to sit down with Evan? I found him to be quite insightful, aside from politics, and deft at understanding the challenges of the modern teacher.
      Rod

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