Are you seeking opportunities to expand your impact in Nevada public education?
Talented, innovative teachers and school leaders are essential to school and student success. Opportunity 180 invests in leader development Fellowships for education entrepreneurs who want to increase their impact on students. These Fellowships coach and develop the talent Clark County needs to deliver an excellent education to all students.
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Which pathway is right for you?
Essentials and Tiny Fellowships
4.0 Schools connects, coaches and invests in people to test new learning spaces and tools with students and families in their local communities. Whether you’re curious about education entrepreneurship or have been working on solving a specific problem in education for a while, one of 4.0 Schools’ 2 Fellowship opportunities (Essentials Fellowship and Tiny Fellowship) will help you launch your bold ideas to improve education.Learn More Meet the Fellows
TNTP - Lead Nevada Academy
The TNTP - Lead Nevada Academy is a selective professional development program that helps talented educators hone the skills they’ll need to become tomorrow’s school leaders—and make a difference in their school right now. During the nine-month program, participants receive regular coaching, workshops, and online training that prepare them to be instructional leaders, deans, or principals.Learn More Meet the Fellows
The Ryan Fellowship
The Ryan Fellowship is a principal fellowship that prepares aspiring school leaders through a rigorous three-year program to transform an existing school. The first year is a paid fellowship that provides aspiring school transformation principals with the opportunity to step back and develop a high-impact strategy and plan for creating a high-achieving urban public school—in the year prior to the first year as a principal. Once placed as a principal, Ryan Fellows receive two years of customized support to ensure success in those early critical years on the job.Learn More Meet the Fellows
Building Excellent Schools Fellowship
Building Excellent Schools (BES) is committed to improving academic achievement of underserved students in our nation’s urban centers. BES trains leaders to take on the demanding and urgent work of leading high-achieving, college-preparatory urban charter schools.Learn More Meet the Fellows
Teach Plus Nevada Policy Fellowship
The Teach Plus Policy Fellowship is for educators who want to increase their impact while also deepening knowledge and increasing influence in education policy. During the program, Fellows receive extensive training on topics like policy, advocacy, storytelling, and op-ed writing. The Fellows engage directly with key education stakeholders and policy makers– shaping and advocating for policies that meet the needs of their students.Learn More Meet the Fellows
Other teacher leader development opportunities
The Bridge Fellowship (TNTP) prepares educators to develop new approaches to help more students of color thrive.
The New Schools Venture Fund Diverse Leaders Program is diversifying the education leadership workforce to better reflect and serve students.
Tech resources for educators
Classroomscreen.com is a free online screen platform that offers tools for classroom management that are easy to integrate and manage. Quickly access a timer, text area, drawing tool, name picker, work symbols and more.
Classkick is a tool created to make sure students get the help they need, when they need it. The site allows you to provide real-time feedback to students, track your students’ progress as they work at their own pace, or if you like more collaboration, students can also help each other and exchange feedback virtually. As an added benefit, Classkick integrates with Google Classroom.
Formative is a customizable classroom data assessment platform. Formative allows the ability to present questions live– with auto-grading capabilities and tools to track student growth over time. Like Classkick, rostering can be done from Google Classroom. While there is a premium plan, the free options will do the job for most instructors.