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Forging School-University Partnerships: Seeking That Worn Path. Ruth Ann Costanzo Peter Williamson Stanford Teacher Education Program. Agenda. Describe the history and definition of our school-university partnerships Offer a partner school- professional development school continuum

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forging school university partnerships seeking that worn path
Forging School-University Partnerships: Seeking That Worn Path

Ruth Ann Costanzo

Peter Williamson

Stanford Teacher Education Program

agenda
Agenda
  • Describe the history and definition of our school-university partnerships
  • Offer a partner school- professional development school continuum
  • Define TNE’s role in facilitating this work
  • Discuss issues and challenges across sites
partnership history
Partnership History
  • Sought large, comprehensive, public high schools
    • Strong leadership
    • Innovation around reform issues at school and district levels
  • Collaborated with Aspire to charter East Palo Alto High School
  • Founded Stanford Schools Corporation & expanded to K-12, other charters
council of partnership schools
Council of Partnership Schools

Large, comprehensive, public high schools

Hillsdale

Fremont

Sequoia

East Palo Alto Academy

June Jordan School for Equity

Summit Prep

Downtown College Prep

Gateway High School

Small charter schools

Small private school

Eastside Prep

STEP

University

partnership work
Partnership Work

Domains

  • Preparing new teachers in the best ways possible
  • Fostering faculty and school development
  • Improving teaching and learning
  • Enhancing student achievement
collaborative effort identify common priorities
Collaborative Effort:Identify Common Priorities
  • Professional development
  • New teacher support
  • Administrative support
  • Data collection and interpretation
  • Share and develop common visions of schools
    • Grand Rounds
challenges of schools as clinics model
Challenges of Schools as Clinics Model
  • Loose & shifting affiliation with university
  • Limited involvement of university faculty at school sites
  • Funding structures
  • External pressures (testing, funding, policy)
  • Mandated curricula
continuum
Continuum

Partner School

Professional Development School

tne s role building capacity
TNE’s Role: Building Capacity
  • Fostering teacher leadership
  • Developing induction, mentoring, & peer coaching programs
  • Sponsoring Stanford Summer Teaching Institute
  • Supporting data gathering and interpretation
  • Bridging university and school faculties
question
Question
  • How can this work be further supported, sustained, and extended?