The Marshall Teacher Residency (formally Summit Learning Teacher Residency) was born out of the vision and innovation of Summit Public Schools. We designed a one-year, pre-service credentialing program in partnership with the Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (SCALE), gained accreditation, and launched with the first cohort of the Summit Learning Teacher Residency in the fall of 2017.
Marshall Teacher Residency continues to reside within the Summit Public Schools organization, and is accredited through Summit Preparatory Charter High School. The residency program was developed and piloted across the Summit schools in California with the support and collaboration of Summit leadership, school site leadership teams, our Cooperating Teachers and Residents.
The Marshall Teacher Residency is a one-year program based in the San Francisco Bay Area, during which you are immersed in a 6th - 12th grade classroom while also completing credentialing coursework leading to a California Single Subject Preliminary Teaching Credential. Upon graduation have the option to pursue a Masters in Education through Alder Graduate School of Education following the residency year.
Residents engage in a project-based curriculum with clinical practice that is competency-based, self-directed, and student-centered. Credentialing coursework is intentionally designed to reflect our core principles:
It is our priority to recruit a diverse cohort of aspiring teachers. People from all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Be a part of the next generation of diverse educators, impact a student, and help shape the course of the world through your classroom. We look forward to meeting you!
The Marshall Teacher Residency (formally Summit Learning Teacher Residency) was born out of the vision and innovation of Summit Public Schools. We designed a one-year, pre-service credentialing program in partnership with the Stanford…