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Prepared to Teach
Deep partnerships between universities and districts are essential to the success of locally-grown teacher residencies, in part because of the funding opportunities these relationships unlock. Across the country, partnerships have identified funding strategies that can sustain and scale residencies, including dedicated financial support for aspiring teachers completing their clinical practice placements. Districts rethink staffing to free up dollars and programs find ways to reduce costs. When residencies design and recruit in ways that meet P-12 needs, districts also frequently dedicate additional dollars to the partnership. Together, these approaches offer “3 R’s” for sustainable residency funding.
Bank Street College of Education
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Adult and Continuing Education | Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching | Curriculum and Instruction | Early Childhood Education | Elementary Education and Teaching | Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education and Teaching | Other Teacher Education and Professional Development | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Bank Street College of Education (2019). The 3 R's of Sustainably Funded Residencies. Bank Street College of Education. Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/faculty-staff/56
Adult and Continuing Education Commons, Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching Commons, Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Early Childhood Education Commons, Elementary Education and Teaching Commons, Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education and Teaching Commons, Other Teacher Education and Professional Development Commons