Thomas Hatch is an associate professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, and codirector of the National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools, and Teaching (NCREST). In addition to studies of large-scale school reform, his work includes research on teacher quality in pre-K–12 and higher education. He is also involved in a variety of efforts to use multimedia and the Internet to document teaching and share teachers’ expertise (http://www.tc.edu/ncrest/images.htm). That work includes two digital exhibitions produced with colleagues: “Learning from the practice of veteran and novice teachers” published in the Journal of Teacher Education (http://www.tc.edu/ncrest/exhibitions/learningfrompractice/) and “Making teaching public” published by Teachers College Record (http://www.tcrecord.org/makingteachingpublic/). His other books include Into the Classroom: Developing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (Hatch, 2006); a coedited volume of work produced by teachers examining their teaching, Going Public with Our Teaching: An Anthology of Practice (Hatch, Ahmed, Lieberman, Faigenbaum, Eiler White, & Pointer Mace, 2005); and School Reform Behind the Scenes (McDonald, Hatch, Kirby, Haynes, & Joyner, 1999). He previously served as a Senior Scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching where he co-directed the K–12 program of the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) and established the Carnegie Knowledge Media Laboratory. Further information and additional materials related to Managing to Change, including links to related resources and references, can be found at http://www.tc.edu/ncrest/hatch/managingtochange.