19 Aug CT3 in the Media: Tulsa Public Schools’ First Teacher Institute
Here at CT3, we’ve trained thousands of educators to improve outcomes for traditionally underserved youth across the country. This week, however, marks one of our most exciting yet: along with training in Charlotte, Maple Heights, Newark, and Washington D.C., we were able to take part in the inaugural teacher institute with Tulsa Public Schools, serving nearly 3,000 educators.
We received some special recognition in Tulsa this week. In partnership with the leadership team of Tulsa Public Schools, we invited local media to see our No-Nonsense Nurturer training sessions in action, and we were thrilled with the response. In the following links to the coverage online, we’re proud to highlight the celebrations and passion for education that is prevalent in every training that we conduct. We’re also proud to be a part of an entire community in support of its public school system.
- Tulsa World – “Thousands of Tulsa Public Schools teachers get chance to learn from one another at institute” by Nour Habib
- News on 6 – “High Hopes For Tulsa Public Schools’ First Ever Teacher Institute” by Emory Bryan
We’re excited to share in the permanent culture change ushered by empowered teachers and administrators who have a new mindset that their school can be the best in the nation.