In 2016, Relay launched a new opportunity in concert with its National Principals Academy fellowship, designed specifically for principal supervisors. The National Principal Supervisors Academy track is unique among professional development programs for administrators in that it focuses exclusively on preparation for instructional leadership.
In August 2016, a group of New York City teachers participated in the first Relay Summer Coding Institute, a one-week intensive program focused on computer science pedagogy and content. The Institute was a pilot program designed to prepare more teachers to offer coding classes and clubs at their schools.
At an October recruitment event hosted by The Fellowship - Black Male Educators for Social Justice (BMEC), a group dedicated to attracting more black men to the teaching profession, Relay Graduate School of Education restated its commitment to help grow and diversify Philadelphia’s teaching force.
Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) today announced that it will open a campus in Connecticut, serving aspiring teachers in multiple cities across the state, including Bridgeport, East Hartford, New Haven, Norwalk, and Waterbury. Approved by the Connecticut State Board of Education on November 2nd, the new campus will offer teacher certification to aspiring teachers.
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