Grow Your Own (GYO) is an increasingly popular approach for addressing teacher shortages and increasing the racial and linguistic diversity of the teacher workforce.
A collection of narratives from in and around the greater NTC community. Learn more about our partners, the places we work, and our incredible supporters.
Each month, we connect with change-makers, thought leaders, practitioners, and artists to get their takes on three key questions. We’re excited to connect with: Susie Wise, Mario Echeverria, and Amy Anderson.
This month Sharif El-Mekki shares how we stand on the shoulders of our ancestors, and how we must commit to making things better for our students.
The affirming support NTC mentors provide to fellows — encouraging them to embrace their identities as educators of color — allows them to authentically connect to young people in all their diversity.
Each month we sit down for a rich and meaningful conversation. NTC dives beneath the surface to learn more about ourselves, about others, and make deeper connections to things that really matter.