The North Carolina Large District Consortium, facilitated by RTI International, brings together the Superintendents and Chief Academic Officers of the 12 largest school districts in NC for a peer learning network based on research and data to improve practice in large complex systems.
In the 2016-17 school year, 100% of the male educators of color in the Profound Gentlemen network returned back into the field of education.
Teach for America-Charlotte works to meet CMS’ continued need for diverse, outstanding talent. Research at the state and county level has found that teachers recruited and trained by TFA are the most effective in the state.
The Beginning Teacher Network (BTN) was launched to address teacher shortages in NC, and it supports early-career teachers who meet regularly to improve their classroom practice, network, and learn about state and local education policy.
Since its development in 2012, 80% of Queens University’s School Executive Leadership Academy (SELA) graduates are now serving in leadership roles, including assistant principal, dean, facilitator, Governor’s Teachers’ Advisory Committee member, and Project L.I.F.T. curriculum coach.