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From Education Next: What Relay is doing largely breaks the mold. Its students are full-time elementary- and middle-school teachers, almost all of them fresh out of college, almost none of them with a traditional teaching degree. The program is heavy on practice and nuts-and-bolts technique. Read more. 


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Relay GSE's programs are solely focused on training highly effective teachers, and its graduate program is the first ever to require graduate students to demonstrate proficiency and achievement in the classroom in order to earn a degree.

Designed for teachers with 0-2 years of experience who expect to be teaching in New York City elementary and middle schools in the upcoming two years. Learn more 


Designed for teachers with 0-2 years of experience who expect to be teaching in the Greater Newark area in elementary, middle, and high schools in the upcoming year. Learn more 


Designed for teachers with one or more years of experience who expect to be teaching in the Greater New Orleans area in elementary, middle, and high schools in the upcoming two years. Learn more 


Two-year program designed for aspiring or sitting school leaders who seek a rigorous, practice-based path to school leadership and expect to be coaching at least one or more teachers in the coming two years. Learn more  


One-year fellowship designed for sitting school leaders throughout the country who seek to improve their practice as instructional and cultural leaders in a rigorous, practice-based program. Learn more  


Relay GSE was built on the success of the Teacher U program. Learn more 


Relay GSE's library promotes the academic goals of the institution by supporting the learning, teaching, research, and information needs of the entire Relay GSE community. Learn more 

* Relay GSE has applied to the New York State Education Department (NYSED) for approval to offer the Ed.M degree. Relay GSE expects to receive final approval for the Ed.M degree during the 2013-2014 academic year, in preparation for the 2014-2015 academic year. Program applicants will receive regular updates about the approval process during the application cycle.