Inclusive Educator Pathways Landscape Analysis

Inclusive Educator Pathways Landscape Analysis

Inclusive Educator Pathways Landscape Analysis

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Figuring out how to become a teacher may be harder than figuring out how to teach. The host of challenges can be overwhelming. Despite these obstacles, aspiring educators persevere, shaping the future generation with inspiration and dedication. Our educator pathways strategy goal aims to unpack these challenges through a comprehensive set of initiatives. Along with our city partners, our overarching goal is to expand access to the educator career pipeline for all New York City youth with special attention to Multilingual Learners and Students with Disabilities.

We invite you to join us for an interactive two-part series on May 7th and May 21st at 3:00 pm where we’ll delve into New York City’s publicly accessible education career pathways for youth and young adults interested in pursuing careers in education. During the first session, we’ll provide an overview of a review of the landscape, presenting findings, overarching themes, and recommendations for various stakeholders including young people, families, school leaders, community-based organizations, NYC Public Schools, the Department of Youth and Community Development, and the City University of New York. In the second session, we will take a deep dive into educator career pathways for junior and senior undergraduates and graduate students. Through case studies of tutors participating in our High-Impact Tutoring initiative, we will explore potential pathways to educator careers with various entry and exit points on the teacher pipeline as a way to expand access for young people across generations.

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05/07/2024 @ 03:00 PM (EDT)

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