Welcome to Teaching Trust's participant & alumni network
Only 34% of Dallas County third-graders finished the year on grade level in reading, and only 14% of students graduated college-ready . It will take an intensely focused movement to achieve the results our students deserve. Teaching Trust believes that changing outcomes for students will require the collective commitment of a network of leaders.
The Network Vision
We believe to achieve our desired impact requires deeper, ongoing support for our 500 alumni and current participants across programs who impact more than 60,000 students. The Network provides opportunities for leaders to connect, collaborate, and innovate while they participate in activities designed for leaders to learn effective practices from one another, as well as from select national leaders in education.
The Network Objectives
To support alumni and current participants of Teaching Trust programs, there are three areas The Network focuses on to help drive towards our desired impact:
Ongoing Learning on the Path to Impact: Select cohort members and best-in-field professionals will offer actionable strategies to drive results for students. This content would be select content on how to build 'great schools' which is not as heavily focused on in our existing programs.
Sharing Proof Points and Practices: The Network serves as a vehicle for highlighting effective discrete practices from alumni and best-in-field experts. It will be a chance to connect, collaborate, and innovate on actionable strategies to build and sustain excellence in schools.
- Advancing Careers and Concentrating Talent: The Network offers leaders the tools they need to diagnose and strategically address their talent needs. It will also offer connections to a robust pool of talent for leaders.
 Source: Commit! 2015 Community Scorecard