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Teaching Residents at Teachers College

Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC2) is a federally-funded 18-month (January - May) graduate level program designed to recruit and prepare secondary-level teachers to teach in high-need New York City schools in one of five certification areas: Teaching Students with Disabilities (TSWD), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and Science Education – Biology, Chemistry or Earth Science.

To join us for and TR@TC2 Information Session, please click here to RSVP

More From TR@TC2

Contact Us

Box: 97

Teachers College, Columbia University
Zankel Building 411

Phone: (212)678-4057    Fax: (212)678-3153   

Email: teaching.residents@tc.edu

Past Events

Teacher as Activist: Why Educators Should Embrace and/or Participate in the Black Lives Matter Movement

The role of a teacher is one that bears an inherent opportunity for working toward creating spaces of justice and responding to injustices that exist in the world around us. In our current social and political climate, what does it look like for educators to embrace this role, specifically in the context of the Black Lives Matter movement? How might teachers support and challenge themselves, as well as the communities, schools, and students with whom they work? What does it mean for a teacher to take on the role of activist?

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