We are on a mission to implement teacher-led school improvement initiatives to support struggling students while creating a more diverse pool of future educators.
We are (re)designing how schools use after school time to support all students.
We use after school time to complement school day learning. By tailoring our model, our partnering schools will be able to meet their goals and priorities.
Coaching4Change implements five strategies with schools and districts to structure after school time experiences.
Teachers design responsive project-based lessons focused on missed learning objectives based on school data.
Teachers learn to be instructional coaches to aspiring educators after school.
Increasing Instruction Time
Students gain access to existing school resources while working in small group settings tailored to individual needs.
College & Career Readiness
Students are exposed to college through field trips, workshops on college campuses, and college mentors.
Schools create opportunities for families and community to engage through positive interactions to demonstrate learning.
A DAY IN THE LIFE
Project Based Learning
After school activities are connected to school day teaching through project-based learning.
Structured Physical Activity
Students learn how to set goals, work together, think critically, and make decisions through structured play.
Students visit college campuses and learn about life after high school.
C4C showcases student work and gives parents an opportunity to have positive interactions with the school.