New Teacher Center (NTC) was awarded a $750,000 grant to support student-centered instructional coaching as part of Toyota’s $6.7M investment to prepare Huntsville City Schools’ students for future careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
We’re excited to share our 2021 Annual Report: Community Rising Together.
We, along with our partners and supporters, have coached and built up educators in hundreds of school districts nationwide to better engage with young people by prioritizing the rich humanity of education. But we also feel the lingering pain, uncertainty, and anxiety of the past few years – from the pandemic to stark societal inequities. We know that despite our efforts, there remains real disparity in education throughout this country.
We will not shrink back from the need. It’s an extraordinary time for NTC to step up boldly. Our revitalized mission, relentless commitment, strategic priorities, and deep intentionality position us as never before to achieve a new vision for education equity.
Our communities need to see, feel, and believe that we’re fighting to make inclusive, thriving schools where everyone succeeds in heart and mind the norm.
→ Read Community Rising Together 2021 Annual Report
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New Teacher Center elects Chong-Hao Fu, Sujata Bhatt, and Jim Mylen to its national board of directors to help guide innovation and professional learning to support systemically underserved students.
Today's Supreme Court decision to end affirmative action will shape our society for generations. The ruling rejects 40 years of precedent and reinterprets the 14th Amendment and the Congress that enacted the Civil Rights Act. Race-conscious admissions was never the end goal or solution. But it served as a tool for colleges and universities to ensure that campuses are places of racial, cultural, and socioeconomic diversity so that they can be institutions of profound and transformative teaching and learning.