Education is a performance sport. To do it well, educators need practice, targeted coaching, and a supportive team cheering them on. Our free programs are designed with these critical elements in mind, accelerating the work of educators across the planet in their pursuit of magical schools.
Great teachers are great learners. Throughout the year, our workshops and virtual trainings offer educators the opportunity to build skill, community and expertise. Hailing from across the nation, educators join us to explore the core components of subject area instruction and school design at Success Academy, including curriculum, content, and the pre-teaching prep that powers each lesson. Participants then develop a vision for implementing what they learned at their schools. Join our mailing list to be the first to know when new opportunities go live.
Each year, we partner with a select group of networks or districts looking to tackle specific educational challenges in key areas of school design, including curriculum and content, school management, and professional development. School consultancies are free, custom-built to meet each school’s needs, and designed to equip leaders with the skills they need to tackle the challenges they face today, and others that might arise down the road. (By invitation)
Great educators are visionaries — but sometimes vision needs a tune-up. Our Residencies give network- and district-level leaders the chance to develop, question or refine a vision of excellence in the critical components of schooling: curriculum and content, school management, or professional development. Over the course of a 4-6 week intensive, Residents take a comprehensive look at Success Academy’s model as they set out to refine their own, then create an action plan designed to make it a reality. The program reflects our belief that clarity of vision on what a school aims to deliver is the crucial first step in delivering it. (By invitation)
Before joining The Robertson, Becky served as vice president of communications at Teach For America, where she worked to tell the stories of teachers, students and communities across the country. After Teach For America, Becky led the prosocial practice at CIVIC, a branding and marketing agency based in New York City. She spent her early career in non-profit communications at the Red Sox Foundation and Channel 13 Public Television. A graduate of Princeton University, Becky received her Master’s in African American Studies at Columbia University, where she focused on the intellectual history of race and racial injustice.
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Stacey started her education career as a first grade teacher at PS 138 in the Bronx. She joined Success in 2006, as the founding science teacher at our very first elementary school. Stacey would go on to serve as founding principal of Success Academy Harlem 5, before joining the network team to oversee mathematics, science, and scholar talent as Managing Director of STEM. She then served as Managing Director of Schools, where she coached and supported leaders at a portfolio of SA schools. Stacey received her undergraduate degree from Emory University, her Master's in Education from Pace University, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Teaching and Learning with a focus in Mathematics Education at NYU. She is mom to Jake, Emma and Riley.