Invaluable Field Experience
The K-12 Teacher Education Fellowship links graduate study with a year-long clinical residency in a PreK-12 partner school.
Tuition-Free Teacher Education Fellowship
As a K-12 teacher fellow, you’ll work in a school district for a full academic year, gaining unparalleled and invaluable field experience. You’ll engage in a range of classroom-based activities, including small group instruction, co-teaching, and ultimately, independent classroom instruction. Fellows graduate in one year, tuition-free.
Important Dates for the 2020-2021 Teacher Education Fellowship Program
- Priority Application Deadline*: December 10, 2019
- Campus and Site Interviews: January/February 2020
- Spring Orientation: April 2020
- Summer Orientation: August 2020
- Courses Begin: Summer I session; May 18, 2020
- Fellowship Placement: late-August 2020 to late-June 2021
*Applications received by December 10 will be considered for a fellowship interview. Applications received after December 10 will be reviewed on a rolling basis for any open Fellowship positions and/or admission into the traditional graduate program (non-fellowship).
Teacher Education Fellows take summer courses to prepare for their residency and then transition to evening classes while participating in their classrooms. After completing their coursework, residency, and a portfolio project, Teacher Education Fellows graduate with a Master of Education (M.Ed.) and licensure in their area of specialization.
- English as a Second Language (PreK-6)
- Middle School (5-8)
- High School (8-12)
Where You’ll Get Your Professional Experience
Fellows participate in a residency with community partner organizations, including:
- Lawrence Family Development Charter School
- Lynnfield Public Schools
- Newburyport Public Schools
- North Andover Public Schools
- St. Augustine School, Andover