Boston Public Schools


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Boston Public Schools


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Boston Public Schools

If you're a licensed teacher ready to make a difference for Boston students, apply now. Only applications submitted prior to March 1st will be considered for BPS Priority Pools. Early application and participation in the District Priority Pools give candidates opportunities to earn a priority rating visible to school leaders. All applications submitted prior to March 1st will be screened against BPS teacher competencies, giving applicants an opportunity to demonstrate their ability to serve Boston's students.

Learn more about Boston Public Schools here.

To learn more about opportunities at Boston Public Schools, please contact Ive directly at isanchez@genteach.org.

Denver Public Schools


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Denver Public Schools


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Denver Public Schools

We know every one of our students comes to us with talent, potential and dreams – and developing, growing and encouraging each one begins with a great teacher. Regardless of where our kids live, how much money their parents make, their ability level or the color of their skin, every child deserves a high-quality education led by a teacher who provides excellent instruction, high expectations and unwavering support.

Learn more about Denver Public Schools here.

To learn more about opportunities at Denver Public Schools, please contact Heidi directly at hdotterrer@genteach.org.


Denver Student Teacher Residency

College seniors at Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver) and University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) who are working toward a teaching license can apply to become full-year student teacher residents in DPS with a master teacher. The residency provides practical experience for aspiring teachers. Veteran DPS teachers provide critical support, mentorship, and feedback. The Denver Student Teacher Residency is the first program of its kind in America to unite a school system and university partners to provide intensive residency experiences. After graduation, residents receive priority hiring status for full-time jobs in Denver Public Schools.

Learn more through the website.

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Providence Public Schools


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Providence Public Schools


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Providence Public Schools

The Providence Public School District (PPSD) serves approximately 24,000 students and their families among 42 schools. Across our district each day, our educators, administrators and staff are dedicated to our students and supporting their paths to success.

As the largest department within the City of Providence, accounting for approximately half of the City’s operating budget, PPSD employs more than 3,200 hard-working men and women who support our many schools, including 23 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, 10 high schools and 2 public district charter schools. Of our employees, approximately 2,000 are educators and more than 600 others directly support our students in our schools.

Learn more about Providence Public Schools here.

To learn more about opportunities at Providence Public Schools, please contact George directly at gramsay@genteach.org.

Our Model


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Our Model


Our Model

Talent

While high-performing countries recruit teachers from the top third of college-bound students, the majority of United States teachers are from the bottom quarter. The teaching population does not reflect the diversity of communities.

We recruit outstanding college and college-bound students who mirror the diversity of our communities.

Timing

While 42% of high-school graduates express interest in teaching, less than 10% of college graduates become teachers. Summer teaching fellowships develop commitment to careers in education. Many fellows teach multiple summers, deepening their experience.

We begin teacher preparation as early as high school and differentiate training as fellows grow. 

Training

Fellows complete two weeks of training on identity, relationships, instructional practices, and content before teaching for four to five weeks. Fellows practice setting classroom culture by solo teaching from day one. Team lesson studies and daily feedback shape their teaching experiences.  

Our fellows complete 45 - 60 hours of solo teaching each summer with more than 20 feedback sessions.

Holyoke Public Schools


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Holyoke Public Schools


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Holyoke Public Schools

We’ve invested in recruiting and retaining top quality educators who inspire bold thinking, recognize student potential, and encourage all students to work towards their goals. The full school day increases time for teacher planning and development. New curriculum materials in math and ELA along with a laptop for each teacher will support engaging instruction.

Learn more about Holyoke Public Schools here.

To learn more about opportunities at Holyoke Public Schools, please contact Laura directly at lzahn@genteach.org.