2013 National Teacher Fellowship

Hope Street Group has just released the 2013 National Teacher Fellowship application for classroom teachers and instructional coaches.

The Fellowship is an opportunity for outstanding classroom teachers from across the country to spend time over the next year sharing what they have learned through their work on teacher evaluation reform with teachers from other states and with leading decision-makers. Teacher Fellows are asked to spend about 15 hours per month on the fellowship and will receive a stipend of $3,500 for their time, along with extensive training and supports to help them learn more about key issues and leading research, share what they are learning with other educators and decision-makers, and to build their advocacy and communications skills.

Please visit the Hope Street Group website for more information.  Applications are due on October 31st

One thought on “2013 National Teacher Fellowship

  1. Yess, you are right though “FTCE test” is a standardized test still it requires proper schedule and preparation structure to go through. One failure can hurt your moral, so better to get proper training, coaching from reputed training school.

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