Apply Now for the Professional Development Policy Fellowship

Learning First Hawai’i has created a unique opportunity for teachers who have a passion for improving teacher professional development.

Teachers admitted to the Professional Development Policy Fellowship (PDPF) will meet with experts and officials working in areas around PD implementation, conduct readings on PD best practices from around the country, collect feedback from colleagues, and share ideas on how to improve teacher PD. At the end of the research and data collection phase, fellows will be guided through the process of collating their recommendations and will collaboratively write an advisory white paper on the topic of teacher professional development. This paper will be presented to various education stakeholder groups including parent, community, advocacy, policy, and early childhood education groups as well as the Hawaii State Teachers Association and the Department of Education.

This is a paid opportunity for teachers. Upon completion of the program requirements, fellows will be given a $600 stipend.

Click HERE  to access our Webpage detailing the fellowship and the application process.

The applications deadline has been extended to March 14, 2015. Please email Mike and Meg at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.

For more information
Putting teachers at the center of education policy.
Michael Wooten- (808) 224-6057
Meg McCormick- Google Phone: (719) 647-7630