About Relay Baton Rouge
PROJECTED 2020-21 ENROLLMENT: 99
AVERAGE NEW TEACHER SALARY: $54,410
RESIDENT SALARY RANGE: $23,000-30,000
(varies by school partner and role)
Relay Teaching Residency
Master of Arts in Teaching
Alternate Teacher Certification
To review program-specific admissions requirements for this campus, click here.
To review requirements for certification programs at this campus, click here.
Dean Dr. David Wallace
Relay Louisiana (Baton Rouge & New Orleans) is led by Dr. David J. Wallace. He brings incredible experience as an outstanding PK-12 teacher, a phenomenal Relay faculty member, and an educational scholar to our Baton Rouge and New Orleans teams. Dr. Wallace began his career first as an elementary school teacher in Brooklyn, New York, and then as instructional leader at a K-6 school in Miami before joining the Relay New York City faculty. He has spent six years with Relay to date, and also serves as the Founder and Chief Awakening Officer of Awakening Minds LLC, an educational consulting firm. Dr. Wallace holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Morehouse College, a master’s degree from Relay Graduate School of Education, and an Educational Doctorate from St. Thomas University. His research interests include teacher self-efficacy and the experiences of male educators of color.
In his role as Dean of Relay Louisiana, Dr. Wallace will support Relay faculty and staff in both Baton Rouge and New Orleans, while also developing our statewide vision and strategy to grow our impact.
Baton Rouge Highlights
Get to know Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
CITY POPULATION: 830,480
Baton Rouge is a city with rich culture, history, and nature.
Tour Louisiana's Old State Capitol: a beautiful, 165-year-old statehouse featuring many exhibits about the events and people that have shaped Louisiana's history.
Enjoy a Louisiana State University (LSU) Tigers football game at Tiger Stadium, known as “Death Valley” for its enthusiasm and energy on Saturdays in the fall.
Go on a scenic hike in Atchafalaya Basin, the United States’ largest wetland, or visit the Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center: a 103-acre facility filled with live animal exhibits, mineral exhibits, and much more that will give you a feel for Baton Rouge’s culture and climate.
The Capital Area Transit System has bus routes all over Baton Rouge. However, buses run relatively infrequently in this small city, so it is best to have a car or bike to get around. Learn more.
304 Laurel Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70801