The default one-teacher, one-classroom model of schooling is unsustainable for most educators. As a result, our education system does not reliably deliver quality learning outcomes and experiences for nearly enough people. We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity — and obligation — to fundamentally redesign how we staff schools.
Join Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College for the Fall 2023 Learning Cohort, designed for system-level leaders interested in exploring team-based models and launching in Fall 2024 and beyond.
Who: Systems-level leaders; Participants typically include: superintendents, heads of human resources, heads of curriculum and instruction, or innovative building-level leaders and teacher leaders
When: September–November 2023
Format: Synchronous sessions will be held Wednesdays from 1–2:30 p.m. Pacific, 4–5:30 p.m. Eastern on Sept. 20, Oct. 11, Nov. 1 and Nov. 15.
Cost: $2,000 for teams of up to five people. Additional participants may register at a rate of $400/person.
Between September and November 2023, we will host a series of four virtual meetings, in which you will:
- Hear from superintendents and principals who have designed team-based staffing models
- Hear from educators about their experiences working in team-based staffing models
- Learn about the core elements of team-based models and see multiple examples of these models in action
- Receive concrete resources for creating instructional, staff, budget, and communication plans
- Determine in which schools your school system might launch team-based models
Participants in the Learning Cohort will receive free registration to the February 2024 Next Education Workforce National Summit. They’ll also be invited to attend site visits hosted by ASU and Arizona school districts.