Get to Know a School Leader: Deanna Reddick


Deanna Reddick is the School Leader and an Algebra teacher at KIPP Morial Middle School. Trained as both a lawyer and a teacher, Deanna has been in education for 20 years. She began teaching at KIPP Morial in 2006 and… Read More

New Orleans Moves up in Statewide Standings


The Louisiana Department of Education has released School and District Performance Scores for the 2017-18 school year. The performance of all Louisiana public schools and school systems have been rated annually since 2011 using a numeric School/District Performance Score and… Read More

2018 ACT Scores Released


The Louisiana Department of Education has released the class of 2018 results for the ACT. As part of Louisiana’s transition to higher expectations since 2013, all public high school students are required to take the ACT. Performance on this test is… Read More

My Classroom is a Family

By Chiante Cunningham Ms. Cunningham is a special education teacher at Harriet Tubman Charter School and a 2018 New Orleans Excellence in Teaching Award Winner. Ever since I was a girl, growing up on Terry Street in Algiers, I knew… Read More

An Urgent Need for More Great Teachers: NSNO’s Talent Recruitment Plan


Teachers are the strongest threads in the fabric of any city. If we want our children to have the education they deserve, we must recruit the best educators from within and outside of New Orleans. We face an urgent need… Read More

Take the Teach New Orleans survey!


Take our 3 minute survey and be entered to win one of three $100 gift cards! New Schools for New Orleans, in partnership with the Orleans Parish School Board, is launching a teacher recruitment campaign and we’re currently testing our… Read More

Teaching to Impact the City I Love: A Network of Support for Our Children


By Cheryl Jeff-Treaudo Ms. Treaudo is a Kindergarten teacher at Firstline’s Samuel J. Green Charter School and a 2017 New Orleans Excellence in Teaching Award Winner. For 24 years, I have been a teacher here in my home city of… Read More

Curious About Education in New Orleans? Look to our Teachers


By Richard Kisack Richard Kisack Jr. is a junior at Brandeis University working towards the completion of his politics major and creative writing minor. He was born and raised in New Orleans. He enjoys eating well-seasoned food and thinking about… Read More

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT – September 2018


Our Views: Hurricane Katrina made New Orleans’ charter schools success possible The New Orleans Advocate | August 3:  The Editorial Board at The Advocate looks at the Education Research Alliance (ERA) report showing the success of New Orleans charter schools…. Read More

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