Partners in Education (PIE) is a unique opportunity for novice teachers to earn a Master’s degree which explicitly focuses on their classroom experience while working with professors at a prestigious, nationally ranked university. PIE teachers work as full time teachers for one year at a reduced salary while earning credits toward a Master’s degree from CU Boulder’s School of Education.
PIE teachers can pursue graduate degrees in either Curriculum and Instruction (CI) or Educational Equity and Cultural Diversity (EECD) Master’s programs. Both programs are open to elementary and secondary teachers. For specific program details, please visit the University of Colorado website at www.colorado.edu/education/prospective/gradmasters.html
Intensive coaching and support 1/2 day each week in the classroom from an expert district teacher in the role of a clinical professor. Clinical professors can help set up the classroom, plan instruction, develop classroom management strategies, team teach, and work with students, parents/guardians and other teachers.
Opportunities to network with other novice teachers from BVSD and other school districts. PIE teachers share ideas and provide additional support through seminar activities.
Partners in Education Contact
Clinical Professor, PIE Program
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