Announcing the WTU Teacher Leader Program SY2021-22 (Deadline: 9/3/21)
The Washington Teachers' Union invites you to participate in the Teacher Leaders program for school year 2021-2022. Educators from the District of Columbia Public Schools who are union members with full-time responsibilities will be selected to join a nationwide teacher leaders' network. We are seeking teachers who would like to take an active role in influencing policy.
We will provide teachers with opportunities to develop the knowledge and skills to influence policy locally, statewide, and nationally. This will include framing practical policy positions that relate to improved student achievement; conducting research in classrooms and schools; engaging the public and elected officials in community conversations about education; participating on advisory boards, panels, and task forces; developing policy recommendations based on research conducted; and publishing and disseminating findings and recommendations nationwide.
Apply Here: https://forms.gle/Lfkxm5ZH1Lc3Emtt8
Selected cohort members must attend monthly workshops 9am-4pm either online or at 1239 Pennsylvania Ave., SE on:
- September 18, 2021
- October 23, 2021
- November 13, 2021
- December 11, 2021
- January 22, 2022
- February 12, 2022
- March 19, 2022
- April 9, 2022
- WTU Teacher Leader Symposium: May 14, 2022
Upon successful completion of the program, cohort members will be awarded a $1500 stipend and PLU’s.
Next Generation Personal Finance -- Back to the Classroom PD Conference 8/21
We hope you had a wonderful and relaxing summer break - you all deserve it! As you prepare to go back into your physical or virtual classrooms, NGPF wants to support you.
We are hosting our annual back-to-school conference on Saturday, August 21, 2021, from 7AM - 1:30PM Pacific. The event will be held virtually and is free for all educators to attend. Feel free to extend the invite to your colleagues as well! Register HERE
Math Alliance Announcements
Caste in the Classroom - a documentary film by the Data for Better Schools group with the Young People’s Project - has been selected for the Bronze Lens Film Festival August 17th -22nd, 2021 (in Atlanta)! To register for the 2021 Bronze Lens Film Festival, please visit: https://bronzelens.com/registration/
To see Caste in the Classroom and related resources, visit: https://www.typp.org/dbs
This is recognized as a leading film festival for especially African-American film-makers.
NCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition - empowering the voice of teachers - from critical conversations to intentional actions, Atlanta, GA, Sept. 22-25, 2021. See: https://www.nctm.org/atlanta2021/
Additional Professional Development opportunities are also posted regularly to the PD Blog at https://www.wtulocal6.net/pdblog.