Join WestEd for an informative webinar showcasing findings related to a newly released report, Launching the California Teacher Residency Grant Program: Findings from Year 1. Presenters will highlight how grant programs are rising to the challenge to prepare more teachers of color and discuss how programs have been adapting to the COVID-19 context.
This report summarizes learnings from the grant’s first year of implementation, 2019–20. It presents early evidence on leading indicators of employment outcomes, findings about how central aspects of grantee partnerships are functioning from the perspectives of key stakeholders, and learnings about how the current global pandemic, and associated school closures, impacted residencies.
Speakers will join to share reflections on establishing strong partnerships, the foundation for any strong residency program. Discussion will also focus on aligning programming to ensure coherence for pre-service teachers.
Jeanna Perry, Manager of Teacher Development, Fresno Unified School District
Heather Horsley, Associate Professor and Residency Program Coordinator, Fresno State University
Bryan Johnson, Director of Certificated Workforce Management, Los Angeles Unified School District
Jacob Guthrie, Assistant Director of Certificated Workforce Management, Los Angeles Unified School District
Melissa Eiler White, Project Director, WestEd
Sola Takahashi, Senior Research Associate, WestEd
Kate Hirschboeck, Research Associate, WestEd
WestEd Virtual Event: Learnings from the Residency Formative Evaluation
Register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Please contact Melissa White with any questions about the report