TEACH Connecticut—a nonprofit partnership between TEACH.org, CDSE and Connecticut schools, districts and educator preparation programs—was created to assist anyone considering teaching in Connecticut.
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2020 CT Teacher of the Year Meghan Hatch-Geary says about teaching:
“It is a great and daunting responsibility, but I feel so passionately about the importance of public education and the power of this profession that I am eager to begin the work that lies ahead.”
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TEACH Connecticut is the first statewide initiative of its kind in the nation. We are committed to supporting anyone considering teaching in Connecticut and building the strongest educator workforce possible to ensure all students have access to great teachers.
Recognizing that great teachers are critical for our children's life outcomes, several organizations formed TEACH to assist anyone who is considering becoming a teacher. TEACH Connecticut was made possible through a partnership between TEACH, the Connecticut State Department of Education (CDSE) and Connecticut schools, districts and educator preparation programs.
TEACH is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, launched by Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Education, and is supported by the nation’s top teacher associations.
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TEACH Connecticut is a statewide initiative dedicated to creating the premier go-to resource for anyone interested in becoming a teacher.
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TEACH Connecticut, in partnership with the Connecticut State Department of Education, was created to assist anyone considering teaching in Connecticut. As a statewide teacher recruitment initiative, TEACH Connecticut employs both a broad media campaign and a robust web platform to support teacher candidates in their quest to become a teacher.
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TEACH Connecticut, in partnership with the Connecticut State Department of Education, was created to assist anyone considering teaching in Connecticut. As a statewide teacher recruitment initiative, TEACH Connecticut employs both a broad media campaign and a robust web platform to support teacher candidates in their quest to become a teacher. Popular services include free 1-on-1 coaching, teaching application checklists, fee reimbursements, end-to-end guides and a scholarship database.
The Future Teacher’s One-Stop-Shop
TEACHConnecticut.org offers everything prospective teachers need to evaluate teaching and take steps toward becoming a teacher.
- 1-on-1 expert advice from current CT teachers
- How-to guides for applying to preparation programs
- Preparation program profiles and application checklists
- Fee reimbursements and scholarships
- Customized email and text reminders
Press Releases & News
- Connecticut launches teacher recruitment effortRead More
The Connecticut State Department of Education is teaming up with a group called TEACH.org to attract a more diverse and talented teaching pool.
- Teacher discusses Connecticut Troops to Teachers programRead More
Lauren Danner, a TEACH Connecticut teacher ambassador, discusses Troops to Teachers on Good Morning Connecticut. Learn how service members and veterans receive assistance in transitioning their leadership, core values and acquired skills to a career in teaching.
- State To Partner With Nonprofit To Boost Diversity Of Teachers And Fill ShortagesRead More
The state Department of Education is partnering with a nonprofit group to help address teacher shortages in certain subject areas and to boost the diversity of Connecticut’s teaching workforce.