Search and download resources developed by Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. These PDFs, videos, slides and more support teams, schools, districts and educators seeking to learn about or help build the Next Education Workforce.
School systems implementing Next Education Workforce models bring together teams of educators with distributed expertise to deepen and personalize learning for students. They also empower educators by developing new opportunities […]
What’s normal in education is broken. Nationally, teacher preparation programs have long seen declining enrollment. Teachers switch careers or retire early. They receive less pay and enjoy less social status […]
Hear from MLFTC Dean Carole Basile about why Next Education Workforce models are critically important, especially today.
In an effort to help teams, schools or districts self-assess their readiness to embark on this sort of work, we created this document to capture a common set of conditions […]
Spark Institute serves about 250 7th and 8th graders at ASU Preparatory Academy–Polytechnic. The educator team includes 10 certified teachers: three core content area teachers for 7th grade, three core […]
Community educators are talented adults from the community who bring additional capacity, insight and expertise to learning environments. Read on to learn about community educator roles; knowledge, skills and dispositions; […]
Design principles are four to seven ideas that align with the school’s mission and vision and act as a guiding light for the school-level team implementing change. When schools build […]
Community educators provide capacity and insight in service of deepening and personalizing student learning. They enrich learning environments by forging authentic relationships, sharing expertise and expanding networks. They work in […]