Research & Publications


As national interest in the Urban Teacher Residency model continues to grow, this section will provide links to the latest UTR-related case studies, strategic documents and feature articles.

UTRU Research & Strategy


A great deal of strategic work has contributed to the early success of the Residency model. These documents highlight our strategic positioning on the development and support of effective Urban Teacher Residencies.

Measuring UTRU Network Program Impact 2014 PDF (1.1 MB)

Measuring UTRU Network Program Impact 2014

April 11 2014

2013-14 UTRU Network Partner Program Report PDF (407KB)

A collection of data from UTRU's 17 Network partners representing the collective impact that residencies are making on high-need students nationwide.

February 12 2014

2013 Network Trends Report PDF (719KB)

This report highlights key findings from UTRU's mid-year and end-year surveys.

December 17 2013

National Teacher Residency Network Hosts Data Literacy Symposium PDF (391 KB)

Urban Teacher Residency United (UTRU) hosts its annual symposium May 7 - 8, focused on the role of data literacy in developing effective teachers and effectiveness---driven urban teacher residency programs.

May 3 2013

Measuring UTRU Network Program Impact PDF (1.1MB)

UTRU highlights Network data demonstrating the positive impact of teacher residency programs.

February 1 2013

Mentors in the Urban Teacher Residency Model PDF (818KB)

UTRU discusses the roles and responsibilities of mentors in an Urban Teacher Residency.

January 1 2013

National Teacher Residency Network to Study Innovative Programs PDF (382KB)

Urban Teacher Residency United (UTRU) announces a $446,000 one-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to analyze two highly effective teacher residency programs in the UTRU Network.

January 8 2013

National Teacher Residency Network Expands Reach to Improve Teaching PDF (397KB)

Urban Teacher Residency United (UTRU) announces a $675,000, two-year grant from the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation to embed data literacy into UTRU network support services.

October 8 2012

Overview of Urban Teacher Residency United PDF (394KB)

Overview of UTRU, the residency model, and our impact to date.

August 1 2012

Predicting Resident and Teacher Success PDF (406KB)

Innovative practices from inside and outside the UTRU network on predicting resident and teacher success.

September 28 2011
Jill Pitner, Director of Innovation

UTRU Quality Standards PDF (436KB)

Why standards exist...

September 2 2010

Creating and Sustaining Urban Teacher Residencies PDF (1.4MB)

A New Way to Recruit, Prepare, and Retain Effective Teachers in High-Needs Districts

August 1 2008
By Barnett Berry and Diana Montgomery, Center for Teaching Quality; Rachel Curtis, Mindy Hernandez and Judy Wurtzel, The Aspen Institute; and Jon Snyder, Bank Street College

Urban Teacher Residency United PDF (488KB)

Overview of Urban Teacher Residencies

January 1 2006

UTRU Media


October 2012

Apprentice Program to Train New Seattle Teachers

In this profile of the Seattle Teacher Residency, Anissa Listak (UTRU Executive Director) sheds some light on the residency model.

Linda Shaw, Seattle Times
April 2012

Newark Sets Aside “Village” for Teachers

An interesting idea has come out of Newark: will sleek new apartments designed by a world famous architect attract and keep more teachers in their city? UTRU is mentioned as a best practice for training and supporting new teachers in challenging cities and districts.

Samantha Henry, Associated Press
March 2012

Steel City Blues: Behind the Collapse of a Teacher Residency

Education Sector reports on the collapse of Pittsburgh's teacher residency program. Christine Brennan, UTRU Program Manager, is quoted in the report.

Susan Headden, Education Sector
March 2012

Why Do Good Teachers Leave?

The Boettchers Teacher Program and UTRU were featured in this piece on the need to retain good teachers in high-need schools. Anissa Listak, UTRU Executive Director, was interviewed.

NBC
September 2011

80 Partners Join Multi-Sector Movement

Urban Teacher Residency United, along with eight of our Network Partners, have joined the 100kin10 movement to prepare, deploy, and support 100,000 excellent STEM teachers over the coming 10 years. Our Network Partners who are also a part of this effort include the Boston Teacher Residency, the Denver Teacher Residency, Loyola Marymount University, New Visions for Public Schools, the New York City Department of Education, the Public Education Foundation of Chattanooga, the Twin Cities Teacher Collaborative, and the University of Chicago's Urban Education Institute.

PR Newswire
September 2011

Teachers at Minority-Heavy Schools Paid Less, Survey Finds

Data released this week shows that teachers at schools serving predominantly minority students are paid less than their counterparts. This article examines why this is the case and includes a quote from Anissa Listak, Executive Director of UTRU.

Dylan Scott, Governing magazine
September 2011

To Transform Failing Schools, New Teachers Take Up Residence

Residencies are highlighted in this blog about using the teacher residency model as an integral part of turning around low-performing schools. The NYC Teaching Residency, which launched this fall, is the main focus, while UTRU, I-START, and the New Visions-Hunter College UTR are also referenced.

Geoff Decker, gothamschools.org
March 2011

The Best Teacher Education Model Nobody Talks About: Urban Teacher Residency

A blog posting from the Teacher Leaders Network that discusses how more people should be talking about urban teacher residencies.

Dan Brown, Teacher Leaders Network
February 2011

High Impact Philanthropy to Improve Teacher Quality

Urban Teacher Residency United and the Boettcher Teachers Program are both featured in this new report by the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania. The report profiles the Urban Teacher Residency model as a highly effective avenue for today's results-oriented philanthropists who wish to address teaching quality, and teacher effectiveness and retention.

Kate Barrett, Katherine Hovde, Zehua Li Hahn, and Katherina Rosqueta, Center for High Impact Philanthropy
January 2011

Urban Teacher Residencies Nationwide Connect with Cloud Computing

This article discusses UTRU's use of Huddle as an intranet platform for online collaboration and information sharing with network partners.

San Francisco Gate
November 2010

Momentum Builds to Restructure Teacher Education

An analysis of the recent National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education report on teacher preparation.

Stephen Sawchuk, Education Week
October 2010

Standards for Teacher Residency Programs

UTRU's revised Quality Standards for Teacher Residency Programs are discussed in this blog post.

Stephen Sawchuk, Education Week
October 2009

Teacher ‘Residencies’ Get Federal Funding to Augment Training

The U.S. Department of Education gives $43 million to support the development and expansion of teacher residency programs.

Stephen Sawchuk, Education Week
April 2009

Teacher Training, Tailor-Made

Three innovative, highly selective teacher training programs are described.

By Katherine Newman, Education Next
March 2009

Teaching teachers: what’s the best way?

Some policymakers say the focus needs to be on improving traditional education schools, while others are advocates of so-called alternative models, which can speed up entry into the profession.

By Amanda Paulson, The Christian Science Monitor
March 2009

Boston Reinvents Teacher Training

How to recruit, grow, and keep teachers in a tough urban climate.

Scholastic
February 2009

Governor’s plan could help districts retain teachers

Residency program would pair future educators with experienced mentors.

By Jessica Wehrman, Staff Writer, Dayton Daily News
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Network Partner Media


November 30, 2012

Gov. Bill Haslam Visits Teacher Training Program in Memphis

Gov. Haslam visited the Memphis Teacher Residency (MTR) last week to learn more about the top-performing teacher preparation program in the state. "It's about getting committed, bright compassionate people who want to teach...and making sure they get the right preparation," said Haslam. This article shares more about MTR's unique model.

Jane Roberts, The Commercial Appeal
November 26, 2012

Better Teacher-Candidate Mentoring Targeted

Education Week takes a look at best practices for mentoring teacher candidates. The Denver Teacher Residency is featured.

Stephen Sawchuk, Education Week
November 1, 2012

Memphis Teacher Residency, Teach For America Outshine Many College Programs

The Memphis Teacher Residency was named the most effective teacher preparation program in the state of Tennessee by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.

Jane Roberts, Commercial Appeal
October 31, 2012

Memphis Tourists Have Mission Beyond Sightseeing: California Group Experiences City

Aspire Teacher Residents training to teach in Memphis visited the city this week to explore the area and meet the students and faculty of several schools in the Achievement School District.

Jane Roberts, Commercial Appeal
October 29, 2012

Apprentice Program to Train New Seattle Teachers

The Seattle Times profiles the Seattle Teacher Residency (STR), a participant in the UTRU Residency for Residencies Program. STR is set to launch in 2013.

Linda Shaw, Seattle Times
October 23, 2012

In Search of High-Quality Teachers, Aspire Charter School Network Trains Its Own

A look at the Aspire Teacher Residency's teacher preparation program.

Lillian Mongeau, The Hechinger Report
August 17, 2012

To Train Teachers, a New Lesson Plan

The Academy for Urban School Leadership (AUSL) Chicago Teacher Residency was featured in this Wall Street Journal article. The article chronicles graduate Katie Filippini's journey through the residency program and into her first days as teacher of record.

Stephanie Banchero, Wall Street Journal
August 13, 2012

Planners Already Looking to Next School Year

The Aspire Teacher Residency prepares to expand to Memphis.

Bill Dries, The Daily News
August 12, 2012

PEF Intensifies Focus

The Public Education Foundation in Chattanooga focuses on several exciting new initiatives. TEACH/Here is highlighted in the article.

Times Free Press
July 23, 2012

Aspire to Expand Residency Program for Teachers in Training

The Aspire Teacher Residency is growing to 35 residents, several of whom will be trained to teach in new Aspire schools in Memphis. Fensterwald explores the Aspire program specifically, as well as the residency model as a whole.

John Fensterwald, EdSource
May 9, 2012

Quinn Surprises Golden Apple Award Winner at Murray Language Academy

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn presented Elizabeth Luna with the Golden Apple Award on Tuesday, May 9. Luna is a kindergarten teacher at Murray Language Academy in Chicago and a mentor for the University of Chicago Urban Teacher Education Program.

CBS Chicago
May 8, 2012

TEACH/Here Narrows Effort to Math in County Schools

TEACH/Here're 4-8 math residency in Hamilton County will now be called Project Inspire. "This is about more than just academia. It's about people's commitment to a value system," said Cheri Dedmon, the program's director.

Kevin Hardy, Chattanooga Times Free Press
March 5, 2012

How to Train - and Keep - Good Teachers

This blog highlights the Boston Teacher Residency as a model for training and retaining good teachers in urban school districts.

www.governing.com
January 19, 2012

Why I Loved My Residency Program

Kate Mulcahy, a graduate of the Boettcher Teachers Program, expounds on the strengths of teacher residencies.

Education Week, Teaching Ahead: A Roundtable
January 18, 2012

More Than 100 Partners Join Movement to Secure Excellent STEM Teachers

The Academy for Urban School Leadership, Aspire Teacher Residency, Memphis Teacher Residency, and Philadelphia Teacher Residency have joined the 100Kin10 movement to recruit, prepare, and retain 100,000 high-quality STEM teachers in ten years.

www.100Kin10.org
December 15, 2011

Teacher Residents Seen Outpacing Peers in Later Years

A new study on the Boston Teacher Residency (BTR) shows that while initially less effective at raising students' scores, BTR graduates outpace their peers by years four and five. BTR also has great retention data and has been successful in bringing minority teachers to the Boston Public Schools.

Stephen Sawchuk, Education Week
September 21, 2011

Michelle Rhee Encourages Chattanooga to Toughen Up on Education

Michelle Rhee addressed a crowd of hundreds in Chattanooga this week. A TEACH/Here resident's response to her speech is quoted in this article.

James Harrison, Nooga.com
September 12, 2011

TEACH/Here Prepares for New Recruiting Season

TEACH/Here will begin recruiting for their 2012-2013 cohort with monthly information sessions starting tonight.

James Harrison, Nooga.com
September 12, 2011

Charters Stepping Up to Train Teachers

Aspire Public Schools and New Visions for Public Schools are featured in this article about charters that are beginning to train their own teachers.

Stephen Sawchuk, Teacher Beat
September 6, 2011

Student Teachers Gain Experience in CPS Program

AUSL residents head into classrooms as the school year begins in Chicago Public Schools.

Theresa Gutierrez, ABC
August 29, 2011

STEM and Teachers: The Critical Link

The Los Angeles Math and Science Residency and the Denver Teacher Residency are featured in this article about recruiting, training, and supporting highly effective STEM teachers.

Yolie Flores, U.S. News and World Report
August 23, 2011

Chicago Charter Schools Aim to Lift Urban Education

This Miller-McCune article features the Urban Education Institute (UEI), of which Chicago UTEP is a core component.

Michael Haederle, Miller-McCune
August 18, 2011

Program Helps Teachers Get Ready to Teach in DPS

The Denver Teacher Residency was featured in this local news segment. A DTR resident and mentor were interviewed on the first day of school.

Blair Shiff, Channel 9 News
August 17, 2011

AUSL Announces a Replacement for David Vitale

The Academy for Urban School Leadership announced that John Cook will be the new president of their board. Cook is a current board member and director emeritus of McKinsey & Co. He will replace David Vitale, who is now presiding over the Chicago Public Schools board.

Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah, Chicago Tribune
August 11, 2011

‘Fresh Start’ for Orchard Knob Middle School

TEACH/Here graduate Ethan Evans is part of revamping this Chattanooga middle school's image.

David Carroll, WRCB
August 5, 2011

NY Thinks Outside Teacher Education Box

New York may be leading the way in reforming teacher preparation. Newly approved programs at the Museum of Natural History and the Relay School of Education are highlighted in this article, as well as the New Visions for Public Schools - Hunter College Urban Teacher Residency.

Stephen Sawchuk, Education Week
July 26, 2011

A Smart Way to Enlist, Induct, and Create Good Teachers for Urban Schools

The Aspire Teacher Residency is described as the 'smart' way to create good teachers for urban school due to the four-year commitment required of residents, support from mentors, induction services, and the financial sustainability of the program.

Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice
July 21, 2011

Boston Plans 2 Charters to Open in 2012

The Boston School Committee gave preliminary approval to two in-district charters, including an elementary school to be run by the Boston Teacher Residency.

James Vaznis, Boston Globe
July 18, 2011

Aspire schools lure teachers with training program

The Aspire Teacher Residency is a worthy investment for potential teachers, as well as the school system.

Jill Tucker, San Francisco Chronicle
July 17, 2011

Cutting teachers’ learning curve

The Aspire Teacher Residency is the type of program that the Growing Excellent Achievement Training Academies for Teachers and Principals Act (GREAT Act) espouses.

John Fensterwald, Silicon Valley Education Foundation TOP-ed
July 13, 2011

Classroom Rounds: Should Teachers be Trained Like Medical School Residents?

The Aspire Teacher Residency is featured in this article about how teacher training is beginning to mirror the training medical residents receive.

Melanie Smollin, www.takepart.com
July 13, 2011

Career Changing Teachers in Math and Science are in High Demand

ABC News highlights the Aspire Teacher Residency in this story on career changing math and science teachers.

Lyanne Melendez, ABC News
July 11, 2011

New CPS leadership likes its schools run by outside group

Chicago schools CEO Jean-Claude Brizard is impressed with the Academy for Urban School Leadership's success. This story highlights their teacher residency program.

Linda Lutton, WBEZ
July 11, 2011

Nonprofit at the head of the class with ‘political establishment’

Chicago schools CEO Jean-Claude Brizard showed support for AUSL during a visit last Friday.

Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah, Chicago Tribune
July 8, 2011

Teacher Residencies Make Strides, Encounter Obstacles

An in-depth look at several teacher residencies partially funded by Teacher Quality Partnerships grants. The Richmond Teacher Residency is featured.

Stephen Sawchuk, Education Week
July 6, 2011

Teaching Residents to Shadow at Aspire

Two Aspire residents begin training at local schools.

The Modesto Bee
July 5, 2011

Go, Marshall: Chicago’s schools turnaround strategy is working

The Academy for Urban School Leadership's turnaround schools are highlighted in this article for increasing student gains.

Chicago Tribune
July 4, 2011

Schools Start Residency Program

Aspire Public Schools begins its second year of the teacher residency.

Katy Murphy, Contra Costa Times
July 1, 2011

Give Your Teacher An Apple…iPod, That Is

Residents at the Academy for Urban School Leadership use iPods to video themselves during lessons.

Tom Filline, Social Tech Pop
July 1, 2011

Test Results Raise Questions About Extending Days

While the Academy for Urban School Leadership has seen student gains at their turnaround schools, the question remains whether extending the school day is the best way to do this.

Rebecca Vevea, New York Times
July 1, 2011

Developing Better Teachers by Training Them Like Medical School Residents

The Aspire Teacher Residency is featured in this article about the residency approach.

Liz Dwyer, GOOD.is
June 30, 2011

Aspire teacher residency program sends 2 to Sacramento schools

The Aspire Teacher Residency will place two residents in a Sacramento school this year.

Sacramento Business Journal
June 30, 2011

Preparing Teachers for a Lifetime in the Classroom

Chicago UTEP is profiled in this article on The Hechinger Report.

Justin Snider, The Hechinger Report
June 28, 2011

First Class Graduates from TEACH/Here Program

TEACH/Here graduates its first cohort of residents. This broadcast includes an interview with Cheri Dedmon, Director of the program.

WDSI, Fox 61
June 27, 2011

TEACH/Here Sends First Graduates Into Chattanooga Classrooms

TEACH/Here celebrates its first graduation, honoring 15 residents.

James Harrison, Nooga.com
June 27, 2011

TEACH/Here Summer Institute

TEACH/Here begins their summer institute today with a new cohort of 22 residents.

Amanda Odom, Hamilton County News
June 27, 2011

Urban Approach Will be Used to Improve Public Schools

With the announcement that the Academy for Urban School Leadership will be expanding, this article takes a look at how successful AUSL's approach has been in CPS.

Wendell Hutson, Chicago City Hall Examiner
June 25, 2011

Emanuel Announces Expansion of CPS ‘Teaching Academies’

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that the Academy for Urban School Leadership will grow to 14 training academies and 200 residents by 2013.

Brian Slodysko, Chicago Tribune
June 25, 2011

Mayor Emanuel Encourages New Education Grads to Work for CPS

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that the Academy for Urban School Leadership will double its number of teaching academies and graduates in the next two years during this weekend's commencement address at National Louis University.

Darryl Holliday, Chicago Sun-Times
May 31, 2011

Denver Schools, College Team Up to Train Teachers for Linguistically Diverse Classrooms

Denver Teacher Residency's focus on training teachers to work with linguistically diverse students is highlighted.

Yesenia Robles, The Denver Post
May 3, 2011

In Search of Black Teachers

Denver Teacher Residency graduate JaMese Stepanek shares her motivation to pursue teaching as well as some insights on the challenges of finding black teachers.

Charlie Brennan, EdNews Colorado
April 9, 2011

City Teachers Set to Start New Roles to be More Effective

Local media about Network Partner Pittsburgh Public Schools hiring Clinical Resident Instructors for their Teacher Academy Residency.

Eleanor Chute, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
April 5, 2011

Trying New Approaches to Teacher Training

Academy for Urban School Leadership is highlighted as part of this article on new approaches to training teachers.

Justin Snider, Hechinger Report
March 30, 2011

No Magic Bullets, But Harvard Elementary Is Turning the Corner

Academy for Urban School Leadership graduate and now principal discusses his experiences and how it has transformed his views on education reform.

Andre Cowling, Huffington Post
March 26, 2011

How to Fix America’s Worst Schools

AUSL's efforts to turnaround schools with residency-trained teachers is discussed by highlighting the work of Phillips Academy

Amanda Paulson, Christian Science Monitor
March 25, 2011

MAM’s Summer Academy Keeps Kid’s Minds Engaged

Memphis Teacher Residency works with the Memphis Athletic Ministries to provide summer programming for Memphis youth.

Anne Chambers, The Commercial Appeal
March 1, 2011

Bridging Differences

This article discusses how education schools are emphasizing hands-on experience and cultural competence to bridge the divide that may exist between teachers and students. The article references network partners, Academy for Urban School Leadership and the Chicago Urban Teacher Education Program.

Sarah Karp and Rebecca Harris, Catalyst Chicago
February 18, 2011

Bennet Spotlights Denver Teacher Prep Program

U.S. Senator Michael Bennet says the Denver Teacher Residency program can serve as a model to recruit and prepare a new generation of talented teachers.

Michael Bennet, U.S. Senator for Colorado
February 10, 2011

Richmond Superintendent Delivers State Of The Schools Address

Richmond Teacher Residency is mentioned as part of Richmond Superintendent, Dr. Yvonne Brandon's State of the Schools address.

Sandra Jones, 6 WTVR Richmond
February 7, 2011

Resident Teach/Here Teachers Now At Head of Hamilton County Classrooms

A local media article about how residents from network partner TEACH/Here are taking on their lead teaching experience.

Joe Legge, WDEF Hamilton County News
February 4, 2011

Teacher Residency Program gets Recognition from Knox County School Board

TEACH/Here residents, mentors and principals are recognized by Knox County school board.

Tameka Tift, Tennessee Journalist
January 31, 2011

Pittsburgh Teacher Academy to Begin with Smaller Class than Anticipated

The Pittsburgh Teacher Academy Residency will launch this summer with 38 teachers.

Eleanor Chute, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
January 11, 2011

The Recruitment Problem

Network Partner Academy for Urban School Leadership is mentioned in this article about recruiting high quality teachers

The Economist
January 6, 2011

Improving Teachers: Lessons Learned

Network Partner Academy for Urban School Leadership is mentioned in this article about improving teachers

The Economist
January 6, 2011

Teacher Residency Program Expanded

Hamilton County Schools receive $2 million from Race to the Top funds to expand TEACH/Here in Chattanooga, TN.

Kelli Gauthier, Chattanooga Times Free Press
January 5, 2011

Education Schools Need More On-the-Job Training

Network Partner New Visions-Hunter College UTR is highlighted in this article that emphasizes the necessity for on the job training for teachers.

Brenda Iasevoli, The Village Voice
January 5, 2011

MCS to get $4M in Federal Grants

Memphis City Schools receive $4 million as part of First to the Top initiative.

Memphis Business Journal
January 2, 2011

Finding a New Path

The Denver Bar Association discusses career changers that are now working with network partner, Denver Teacher Residency

Sarah Crocker, The Docket, Denver Bar Association
December 15, 2010

DTR and Boettcher Programs Seeking Candidates: A Teacher’s Tale

Denver Teacher Residency (DTR) and Boettcher Teachers Program are both seeking candidates for their residency programs. Rosa Felix, a DTR graduate, discusses her experiences in the program.

Bertha Velasquez, La Voz Nueva
December 7, 2010

Emanuel Wants to Boost Teacher Training

Mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel plans to increase teacher training using Academy for Urban School Leadership's residency model.

Fran Spielman, Chicago Sun-Times
November 19, 2010

City Trying New Ways of Certifying Nontraditional Teachers

Local media about Pittsburgh Public Schools plans to launch their Teacher Academy.

Eleanor Chute, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
September 23, 2010

How to Recruit Better Teachers

Boston Teacher Residency's work is highlighted in this special Time magazine education edition.

John Cloud, Time
September 8, 2010

Local Donor Gives $415,000 to New Teacher Residency in Hamilton County Schools

Anonymous donor gives to TEACH/Here

Staff Writer, Chattanooga Times Free Press
March 3, 2010

DPS Program Brings Success to Classroom

Denver Teacher Residency is highlighted in this local media article.

Bertha Velasquez, La Voz Nueva
September 3, 2009

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan Speaks to Memphis Teacher Residency

Arne Duncan speaks on the impact of teacher residencies across the country.

July 30, 2009

Chattanooga, Knoxville Partner for New Teacher Residency Program

Local media about launch of TEACH/Here program.

Kelli Gauthier, Chattanooga Times Free Press
April 1, 2009

Teacher Training, Tailor-Made

Three innovative, highly selective teacher training programs are described.

By Katherine Newman, Education Next
March 27, 2009

Teaching teachers: what’s the best way?

Some policymakers say the focus needs to be on improving traditional education schools, while others are advocates of so-called alternative models, which can speed up entry into the profession.

By Amanda Paulson, The Christian Science Monitor
March 1, 2009

Boston Reinvents Teacher Training

How to recruit, grow, and keep teachers in a tough urban climate.

Scholastic
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