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Our consultants provide customized professional development, training, coaching and consulting for district and school leaders in areas such as district planning, content, leadership, culture, teaching and learning (pedagogy) and supporting specialists.

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We offer high quality, research-based programs that help individual educators and Massachusetts school districts address some of their most urgent needs. We also run numerous licensure and degree programs throughout the year. 

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Our year-long institutes are currently enrolling. Professional support with a network of colleagues enables educators to develop strategies to successfully navigate complex roles. 

Planning & Problem Solving for New Principals

Registration 2497

Assistant Principal Institute

Registration 2531

Leadership Seminars for Curriculum Coordinators and Department Heads

Registration 2530 (Eastern MA area)

Principals’ Think Tank

Registration 2533

Teacher Leadership and Instructional Coaching: Improving Practice Every Day

Registration 2534

Everything we say and do, and everything we don’t say and do, impacts the climate for racial justice and equity. Educators face a society where continual and rapid change is the norm, where the students and communities we serve are increasingly diverse in many ways including race, ethnicity, language, class, gender, sexuality, religion, family structure, and learning styles. We are also in the midst of a moral reckoning as long-standing racial (and other) prejudices are escalating across the nation as our children are targeted and bear witness. There is urgency for all of us to better understand this complex history and current reality, and to develop strategies for justice and equity in schools and beyond.

 Join a 2 day seminar addressing these complex issues:

Building Bridges, Not Walls: Strategies for Racial Justice and Equity

Registration 2650


 You're invited . . . 

Teachers21/Fitchburg State University is preparing to launch the next cohorts of our Masters of Education in Curriculum and Teaching for math educators (MEdCat) program.  
Join us for an information session, hosted by our program director, Jenny Tsankova.
October 3rd from 3:30 - 4:30 pm   20 Hampden Drive, Suite 2, South Easton, MA 02375.
If you are interested in attending, or in just learning more, please reply using this link: MEdCaT Info Session Registration.Cohorts are being formed in the Easton and Ashburnham-Westminister areas.


Urban Leadership program participant

The summer intensive was even better than advertised! Just yesterday, my brother in law asked me "how I did" in the program as in what grade did I get. He knew, everyone knew, how hard I worked and he could only assume there was an evaluation of some sort. I told him there was no grade and that reflected on the value of the program. We worked impossibly hard simply because we believed in the work and the possibility of improving ourselves as professionals."

Master's for math educators program participant

There was total respect for the ways all students learned. Every question was welcomed. The instructor had such excitement for the material that it was contagious!"

LLP program participant
Director of Guidance Canton, MA

“The LLP program prepared me for life as an administrator in ways I could never have imagined. The readings and assignments stimulated growth in the depth and complexity of my thinking about schools and the critical function they serve. The relationships that developed within the cohort and with the faculty provide a professional network of new and experienced school administrators. This program broadens your thinking and sharpens your focus.”

LIFT2 for STEM educators program participant

My classroom has become much more interactive and I feel like students are taking ownership of their material instead of just copying notes and trying to do learning just for learning sake. The students enjoy learning to solve a problem that could be found in the world instead of just studying because that is what other people have done before in similar classes."

BTLC participant

I was thrilled to see both team leaders really step up their leadership skills this year by taking on an active role and gathering, analyzing and presenting data to their teams in a coherent and organized manner."

Supervision and Evaluation program participant

I walked away with many resources and ideas that will not only enhance and better my practice but will also improve the school culture."

Superintentent Licensure program participant
Superintendent Hudson, MA

The program helped to fundamentally shape who I am. It brought my core values into sharp focus. I have learned how to back up my beliefs and actions with the field of research. I make better decisions now because they are grounded in my core values and scholarship. I understand key leadership principles at a depth that they have just become part of who I am."

Effective Teaching program participant

The instructor was both accepting and challenging of me. She made it okay to take risks."


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