Analysis of Seattle's New Teacher Contract
A year after NCTQ released a study on Seattle's human-capital policies, we take a close look at the district's new collective-bargaining agreement. Better teacher evaluations—check. More principal autonomy in selecting staff—check. But there is room for improvement.
Analysis of Seattle Contract Proposals
Seattle Public Schools and the local teachers union negotiated a new contract September 2. Beforehand, NCTQ took a side-by-side look at each party's proposal, concluding that the district's plans would put Seattle at the forefront of teacher-quality reform.
The Tr3 database delves into collective bargaining agreements and state policies for school districts from all 50 states. Click below to view contracts and policies of districts in Washington.