Take Your Career to the Next Level
The Latinx Teachers Fellowship has become a critical resource for teachers in Massachusetts, Greater Houston and the Bay Area to navigate the increased demands of a post-pandemic education system and improve the likelihood of progressing in their careers as leaders.
Join a Network of over 500 Latinx Educators
Latinx Teachers Sessions
- July 11, 2023 – In- Person Session
- July 18, 2023 – Virtual Session
- July 25, 2023 – Virtual Session
- September 26, 2023 Virtual Session
- October 24, 2023 Virtual Session
- November 14, 2023 Virtual Session
Session Topics Include:
- State of Latino Education
- Latinx Educators leading DEI in the Classroom
- Culturally Responsive and Linguistically Sustainable Practice
- Engaging Families of Color
- Social and Emotional Skills for Diverse Populations
Who are the ideal candidates? Latinx teachers:
- Identify as Latino/a/x/e
- With 2-7 years of K-12 teaching experience
- Serving large ELL populations
- Who teach across Massachusetts, Houston, or the Bay Area
- With a track record accomplishing high student achievement
By the end of the summer, we expect Fellows will:
- Increase their self-efficacy around leveraging their Latinx identity as agents of change.
- Develop clarity over their commitment to the classroom and their goals within the education landscape.
- Collaborate around best practices for driving positive academic outcomes for students of color.
- Build local and national learning networks of Latinx teachers.
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