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We believe in

 Supporting Teachers Together.

Collaborative Teaching Solutions is a professional development company for school districts to help support and retain its teachers in a cost-effective way

OUR APPROACH

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Collaborative

Our approach to supporting and retaining teachers is by working collaboratively with key stakeholders.    

As many educators know, the growing demands of the job have been steadily increasing over the last 10+ years and with the recent pandemic, many teachers and administrators are feeling overwhelmed.  More than ever, it is vital for school districts to make it a top priority to recruit, employ, support and retain high quality teachers.  Our role is to ensure every teacher feels valued and supported in the district.  By doing so, these teachers will take pride in their school and be less likely to leave the district, which not only saves the district money but also increases student achievement.

Our Mission

Our mission is to ensure every teacher feels valued and supported in their district.

Services

Our Services

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Coaching Program

This program allows every teacher to feel supported and valued in the district.  In the end, teachers will feel confident in the classroom and valued in the district.

CTE Application Licensure Program

This program helps new CTE teachers who received their Statement of Eligibility and are transitioning from their respective industry to become a certified NH teacher.  We will work with the new teacher on submitting their Site-Based Licensing Plan (SBLP) materials for their beginner licensure. 

Why is our mission important?

Growing Trends

From NewHampshireBulletin.com

Sept. 20, 2021

"According to a survey conducted by the National Education Association this year, 80 percent of the organization’s members said they had seen more educators retiring or leaving the job since the pandemic started."

From

A Study Conducted in CA

April 19, 2005

"Teacher turnover was as high as 41% for districts that offered no mentor induction program."

From

A policy brief the National Commission on Teaching & America's Future

 "Too many districts use a minimal approach to teacher induction that relies on an untrained mentor or buddy who makes occasional visits to new teachers. This buddy system has a negligible effect, reducing new teacher turnover by just two percentage points."

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