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

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Relay continues to grow teacher and leader programs, opening four new campuses in the U.S.

Tanesia Simmons from KIPP St. Louis studies her papers as she works in the ballroom at the Sheraton in downtown Denver on June 19.

Nearly a third of Denver principals have participated in Relay’s leadership training.

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“Great teachers are made, not born,” says article, citing Relay and peers for innovative methods.

Dean of Relay Louisiana Jennifer Francis leads a group of tutors.

College tutors provided one-on-one support to dozens of students in Houston and New Orleans.

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Relay Baton Rouge will help meet the urgent need for more teachers in Louisiana.

Relay will help meet the demand for more qualified teachers in the Mile High City and Colorado.

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A new program for NYC educators will explore coding and build computer science teaching skills.