How Will You Be Part of the Relay?

Through the Relay Teaching Residency, you'll learn and practice proven techniques, apprentice in a well-run classroom, earn a master’s degree, and set yourself up for a great career.
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Relay’s master’s programs go beyond education theory. You'll master the concrete techniques that have the greatest impact on your students’ lives and learning outcomes.
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Relay works with school partners across the country to identify the nation’s leading and most promising principals. In the Principals Academy, you'll push your leadership to new heights.

Latest Updates

Brent Maddin teaching.

Relay and leading education partners establish new national center to advance teacher preparation.

Relay Associate Dean Therse Zosel-Harper leads a class.

Relay will offer hands-on professional development to veteran educators at the K-12 Symposium.

 Relay Tutor Corps Launches in Two Cities

Undergraduates will support middle schoolers in Houston and New Orleans, while exploring teaching.

A Eureka Math problem helps third graders learn deep concepts.

Free, online courses prepare third grade teachers to use Eureka Math™/EngageNY Math.

Mayme Hostetter headshot with Deans for Impact logo

Mayme Hostetter and more than a dozen peers are leading an initiative to advance teacher training.

A male and female student work together during a video from Blended Learning 102

Free, online training series helps teachers, school, and district leaders implement blended.

Teaching Character Promo

In online course, Dave Levin helps teachers develop students’ grit and character.