March 4, 2017
by Luke Perkins
The teacher shortage is becoming critical as a third of Colorado’s more than 53,000 teachers will be eligible to retire in the next five years, and fewer students are enrolling in and graduating from teacher education programs to replace them.
January 3, 2017
by Brenna Kelly
Welcome to the Bellevue Classroom, a model of teaching and learning that Bellevue Independent created using tools from the Public Education and Business Coalition (PEBC), a Denver-based nonprofit that provides teacher training.
For the past two years, teachers and administrators at the 700-student district in Campbell County have been transforming their instruction using four foundations – Thinking Strategies, classroom communities, workshop model lessons and student/teacher discourse about their learning
April 22, 2016
by Ann Butler
New teachers are leaving the profession at alarming rates, and colleges are graduating fewer licensed teachers, leaving many schools hurting for qualified instructors. Southwest Colorado is one of four areas in the state particularly hard-hit by the shortage.
Video Courtesy of Durango Herald
Video Courtesy of 9News.com
October 23, 2015
Elevating the teaching profession, and recruiting more teachers of color, are critical for student success and reimagining the future of education in Colorado.
PEBC’s Boettcher Teacher Residency, which recently combined with Stanley Teacher Prep, discusses the importance of these goals and how it is addressing these needs on RMPBS’s Colorado State of Mind.
The interview with Sue Sava, Executive Director of Stanley Teacher Prep and Christopher Delgado, Recruitment Manager of Boettcher Teacher Residency starts at 16:38.
September 23, 2015
Boettcher Teacher Residency, Stanley Teacher Prep combining to help boost workforce
September 23, 2015
Program Doubles National Average for Teacher Retention, Creates Statewide Teacher Pipeline
October 30, 2014
Public school superintendents across Colorado say the time spent testing is cutting into teaching time in the classroom.
October 29, 2014
A group of district leaders criticized excessive testing and had some frank comments about legislators Wednesday during the annual PEBC Superintendent Forum.
April 2, 2014
Both Teach for America and the Colorado Boettcher Teacher Residency received nearly one and a half million dollars each from the Colorado Department of Education to expand their work on recruiting and training teaching candidates
January 31, 2014
100Kin10, a multi-sector network addressing the national imperative to train 100,000 science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers by 2021, today announced 31 new partner organizations.
October 31, 2013
Adams State University’s (ASU) education department is working to ensure teachers have the unique skills needed to succeed in the Valley.