Project ASPIRE (Apprenticeships Supported by Partnerships for Innovation and Reform in Education) is a federally funded Teacher Quality Partnership in Ohio. The project is dedicated to improving teaching by providing candidates with deep content knowledge and the requisite skills to support the learning of all children, with an emphasis on children in urban and rural areas, children with special needs, and English language learners. The project is a partnership among innovative partners at The Ohio State University, the Columbus City Schools, and the Columbus community.
Project ASPIRE is recruiting teachers in the Columbus City Schools:
- To serve as cooperating classroom teachers to mentor preservice teachers
- To join an innovative design team to develop a lesson that uses an integrated approach to content delivery
For more details about becoming a cooperating teacher, see Cooperating Teacher Roles or call the Project ASPIRE Columbus City Schools office at 614-365-8600.