Experts estimate that150,000 new computing jobs will need to be filled in each of the next 10 years. There is a large gap between the demands of the industry and the number of qualified applicants. Additionally, women and people of color are underrepresented in these fields. Relay believes that computer science—and coding skills, more specifically—must be an essential component of a public education.
Relay Graduate School of Education today announced that it will open a new campus in Nashville, Tennessee. Relay Nashville will be Relay’s ninth campus in the country and its second in Tennessee, following the launch of Relay Memphis in spring 2015. Relay is excited to build on the momentum gained during its first year in Tennessee and to help meet the urgent need for more teachers in high-needs schools in Nashville.
Aperio: The Relay Research Collaborative kicks off its second season next week.
Aperio was launched in 2015 to increase the visibility of research conducted by Relay faculty and colleagues, to create a venue for research faculty to receive feedback on their research, and to nurture the development of diverse ideas and perspectives among faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
Relay Connect launched in March for the nearly 1,800 graduates in the Relay alumni community. The portal offers an opportunity for alumni of Relay and Teacher U (Relay’s predecessor) to connect with each other and to engage with a number of different tools to make them more effective educators and professionals. Through Relay Connect, alumni are now able to post and search for jobs, plan and attend events, provide updates and resources to each other, and more.
The 2016 admissions season is officially underway, and we are eager to enroll the next class of game-changing teachers.
We have created this short highlight reel to showcase the Relay experience for prospective graduate students considering Relay.
Relay is proud to announce today that we are increasing the diversity of the teacher pipeline by training a growing number of black and Latino graduate students to enter the profession. Nearly two thirds of all participants in our 2015 Teaching Residencyprogram—64 percent—identify as black or Latino.
Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) today announced that it will create Teacher2 (TeacherSquared), a national center dedicated to transforming the way that new teachers are prepared to teach our nation’s public school students. Relay was one of five centers funded through a new initiative sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) is hosting its third annual K-12 Symposium on Saturday, November 14, from 8:30am – 5pm in New York City. The event, titled “Learn. Practice. Perform.” is an all-day professional development opportunity for principals, instructional coaches, veteran teachers, and experienced Teaching Exceptional Learners (TEL) teachers who wish to grow as facilitators and leaders of adults.
Relay’s first program for undergraduate students began recruitment of its inaugural cohort in the Houston and New Orleans areas last week. Relay Tutor Corps will provide undergraduates with the opportunity to work with middle school students in a structured tutoring program.
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