SPPS Urban Teacher Residency

SPPS Urban Teacher Residency

  • Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) and the University of St. Thomas are extremely excited about our Urban Teacher Residency (SUTR) program!

    Saint Paul Public Schools Urban Teacher Residency program is a unique partnership between SPPS and the University of St. Thomas. District staff and all others who are interested in pursuing a teaching career now have a new, accelerated pathway. 

    This program aims to recruit, prepare and retain highly qualified teachers who share similar life experiences as our diverse student population in SPPS. SUTR provides an affordable, accelerated program to earn a Minnesota teaching license and master’s degree in 15 months from the University of St. Thomas.

    *Licenses offered: Elementary Education, ABS (Special Education) **Math Grades 5-12 in 2020 and Middle School Science 2021; if enough qualified participants applies.


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SUTR UPDATES

  • Applications for SUTR Cohort 6 will close on FEBRUARY 5, 2021.

     

CALENDAR

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    Link: View the SUTR Academic Calendar

     

    DATES for SY 2021/2022 (Cohort 6) will be updated Summer 2020

     

    Upcoming Information Sessions at 360 Colborne St., Saint Paul, MN 55102 OR via Zoom video conferencing:

    All Sessions run from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm CST

    Thursday July 23 (room B)

    Tuesday August 18 (room D)

    Thursday September 17 (room G)

    Wednesday October 14 (room B)

    Wednesday November 18 (room A)

    Tuesday December 15 (room D)

    Thursday January 14 (room D)

    Tuesday January 26 (rom B)

     

CONTACT SUTR

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    SPPS Urban Teacher Residency
    Danaya Lamker Franke, Coordinator
    360 Colborne St.
    Saint Paul, MN, 55102
    651-802-6994
    email: sutr@spps.org

     

    SUTR Recruiter/SPPS HR Coordinator
    Anny Xiong
    360 Colborne St.
    Saint Paul, MN, 55102
    651-767-8223
    email: anny.xiong@spps.org 

     

    University of Saint Thomas
    Shelley Neilsen Gatti, PhD, Associate Professor
    Department of Teacher Education
    651-962-4396
    email: slneilsengat@stthomas.edu