Custom programs for your district from an approved provider with MA DESE. Workshops for school & district leadership teams, supervision and evaluation, teacher leaders, classroom teachers, para-professionals and more.
Year-long training and round-table collaboration tailored to your role and years of experience. Solve problems, foster improvement, and apply learnings and best practices. Now enrolling.
Graduate-level courses & PDP workshops are offered throughout the year. Topics include culture, leadership, special populations, content-based training, curriculum, and more.
André Ravenelle Executive Director of Teachers21
We recognize that given evolving events, you are facing unprecedented challenges. While you are attending to overwhelming issues in your districts, know that we continue to be a trusted partner responding to your needs. Teachers21 blend of rigor, practical instruction and infusion of social emotional learning, diversity, and equity throughout our programs equips teachers and administrators to address these challenges.
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Student Opportunity Act
The Student Opportunity Act is a milestone for education in Massachusetts. The long-awaited program infuses support for districts to ensure that students receive the education they need to thrive. As you develop your plans and implement your programs, work with Teachers21 to meet your Professional Development needs. Our programs align with Priority Programs for Talent Development, Enhanced Core Instruction and Targeted Supports.
Superintendent Licensure / EdD (PSAP/LLSP) Program
Deadline for Application is Feb 1, 2021. The next cohort begins July 2021.
The Professional School Administrator Program / Leadership Licensure Program provides an opportunity for full-time administrators to obtain their superintendent licensure and a Doctor of Education in educational leadership from Boston College.
SEI Full Teacher Endorsement Courses
The course will prepare Massachusetts teachers with the knowledge and skills to effectively shelter their content instruction so that the growing population of English language learners (ELLs) can access curriculum, achieve academic success, and contribute their multilingual and multicultural resources as participants and future leaders in the 21st century global economy. Participants will earn the SEI teacher endorsement upon completing the course.
SEI Administrator Course
This course will prepare Massachusetts school administrators with the knowledge and skills necessary to be effective reviewers and instructional leaders of educators who teach English language learners so that our growing population of English Language Learners (ELLs) can access curriculum, achieve academic success, and contribute their multilingual and multicultural resources as participants and future leaders in the 21st century global economy.
Begins March 1st Catalog #3345
Leadership Licensure Program (LLP) Principal/Assistant Principal or Supervisor/Director licensure
Now accepting application for the 2021-2022 program year. The next cohort begins July 2021.
- A cohort-based program designed for working teachers and administrators
- Provides rigorous academic and performance standards coupled with continual support during the instructional program and the practicum
- NEW - additional weekend module (optional) focusing on the unique role of Guidance Director
- Administered by the Massachusetts School Administrators' Association with Teachers21 providing curriculum and instruction
- Earn CAGS (optional)
Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP) Program
Group Supervision for practicing school psychologists applicable toward requirements for the LEP credential.
William James College offers group supervision for practicing school psychologists. Clinical supervision promotes reflective practice, supports ongoing professional development, affords consultation on legal and ethical issues, and helps practitioners effectively address the challenges of providing school psychological services. Participation will:
- Promote reflective practice and continued development of professional knowledge and skills;
- Help the practitioner address challenges in providing schools psychological services; and
- Be applicable toward the 60-hour Supervised Clinical Experience requirements for the Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP) credential.
Support and Development for new and seasoned leaders
School Leaders often struggle with the numerous and unexpected demands of the job, now more than ever. Develop as you learn with and lean on a cohort of your peers addressing problems of practice such as COVID, Equity and Hybrid Learning
- Sharpen communication skills and engagement strategies
- Consider research based approaches; frameworks; and protocols to address problems
- Find balance—not just life balance, but striking the balance between technical and adaptive leadership