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Colleges and universities and public school districts may explore the desirability of establishing a Teachers Institute for their own community. Public school teachers from communities that have Teachers Institutes or are planning or exploring a Teachers Institute may apply to participate as Fellows in national seminars held at Yale. The twin purposes of these seminars are to provide first-hand experience in the Teachers Institute Approach and to acquaint participants with the Understandings and Procedures necessary for a Teachers Institute.
The following school districts are currently participating in the National Initiative:
Berkeley Unified School District
Chicago Public Schools
Chinle Unified School District
Christina School District
Colonial School District
District of Columbia Public Schools
East Side Union High School District
Emery Unified School District
Franklin-McKinley School District
Ganado Unified School District
Kayenta Unified School District
New Castle County Vocational-Technical School District
New Haven Public Schools
Oakland International High School
Pittsburgh Public Schools
Red Clay Consolidated School District
Richmond Public Schools
San José Unified School District
School District of Philadelphia
Tulsa Public Schools
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Yale Hosts Conference on Supporting Teachers in High-Poverty Public Schools
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