How Will You Be Part of the Relay?

Through the Relay Teaching Residency, you'll learn and practice proven techniques, apprentice in a well-run classroom, earn a master’s degree, and set yourself up for a great career.
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Relay’s master’s programs go beyond education theory. You'll master the concrete techniques that have the greatest impact on your students’ lives and learning outcomes.
Dean Jesse Rector leads a class session.
Relay works with school partners across the country to identify the nation’s leading and most promising principals. In the Principals Academy, you'll push your leadership to new heights.

Latest Updates

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One of the nation’s largest school districts is customizing its professional development.

Dean of Philadelphia & Camden Shemanne Davis leads teachers during a professional devleopment workshop.

Relay will offer high-impact teacher training programs in Delaware and Philadelphia & Camden.

Nick Kaiser, AmeriCorps member in the Relay New York Teaching Residency Program

A former lawyer describes how he made the transition to teaching and AmeriCorps service.

A group of female principals work collaborately during a National Principals Academy workship session.

Getting Smart recognizes the National Principals Academy Fellowship as a model for Deeper Learning.

Paul Bambrick-Santoyo guides principals during a Leverage Leadership Institute.

Following initial pilot, Relay invites outstanding school leaders to apply for selective fellowship.

Relay Newark graduate students give a group presentation.

Relay, a newly approved Newark Public Schools provider, will launch Program for Effective Teachers.

The Hernando de Soto bridge in Memphis.

Relay will launch a new campus in Memphis to develop more teachers to serve in local schools.