"The program provided many valuable lessons and teaching strategies that I was able to effectively implement into my classroom. The lessons were practical and provided real-life instructional opportunities for my students. The strongest part of the Cambridge Experience was the opportunity to complete courses during the summer in weekly course sessions, allowing for in-depth exploration into strategies and lessons offered. Teamwork on projects offered a variety of insights into the implementation of the lessons. Realistic and practical tools to incorporate into the classroom were provided in every course. I have highly recommended the program to colleagues."
Margaret Q. Burke Ed.D.
Professional Advancement for Teachers
The National Institute of Teaching Excellence is committed to providing exceptional professional advancement opportunities. The Teaching Social Justice program focuses on helping teachers and a wide range of other professionals understand the dynamics of introducing conversations around justice, diversity and social change to the classroom and workplace. As the demographics of our schools and communities change, this timely program prepares educators and other professionals to be prepared to create more just communities.