Published On: August 4, 2015
The BTU Inquiry Project: Graduate Credit for PD that Matters
We are now accepting applications for the second cohort of the BTU Inquiry Project. In this teacher-facilitated inquiry program, fellows conduct rigorous scholarly research on a question that is important to you and your students. Course begins in October. See our FAQ for more information. Find out application information. Download a flyer.
Professional Learning Grants: Apply Today!!
Grant winners receive a $500 stipend to share their learning in blog posts on the BTU website and by presenting a workshop at the 2016 BTU Professional Learning Conference. See the flyer for more information, and apply today. See previous grant winners’ work hereand here.
AFT/BTU Teacher Leader Program: Be the Change!
What is education policy? How can I influence policy to advocate for my students and my profession? Learn about this and more in the AFT/BTU Teacher Leader Program. Teacher Leader Fellows engage with state and local policy makers, conduct action research to explore the real impact of education policy and join a national network of teachers advocating for the policies we need. See the flyer for more information. The stipend is $1,500. Apply here.
Community Input Review Session for High School Redesign (HSReD)
Please join Supt. Tommy Chang, Chief Rahn Dorsey, the HSReD Advisory Group, and community leaders for a half-day HSReD Workshop to discuss and synthesize what we’ve heard from over 1,500 engaged Bostonians.

When: Tuesday, August 11 from 10 AM – 1 PM
Where: Bolling Building / School Committee Chamber (2nd Floor)


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