Our Difference

Through quality instruction and unparalleled support and guidance, Teachers of Tomorrow provides the most effective preparation for educators to make a meaningful difference in the lives of their students.

Guidance For Tomorrow's Educators

Teachers of Tomorrow guide and supports candidates through the entire certification process while meeting the specific needs of each state. We work closely with the candidates, school districts, HR representatives, and campus principals to ensure they receive the talent needed in their classrooms.


Attracting tens of thousands of diverse program applicants each year


Providing over 300 hours of comprehensive coursework


Facilitating the hiring process by aligning district needs with our diverse candidate pool


Managing candidate completion of the certification requirements

Our Commitment to
School Districts

Teachers of Tomorrow “widens the funnel” of qualified candidates for school districts, helping principals and HR professionals fill all open teaching positions on an efficient and consistent basis.

Getting Results for School Districts

“Teachers of Tomorrow is committed to developing educators that have the necessary skills needed to help our students grow academically. The training that is offered is developed and delivered in multiple innovative ways by practitioners that can enhance the curriculum in meaningful ways that allow candidates a deeper understanding of how students learn best. I truly believe their staff understands that what they do directly impacts our students.”

-Director of Human Resources

Advisory Board

Teachers of Tomorrow has formed an Advisory Board to further the Company's mission of providing school districts and principals the most qualified teacher candidates to fill specific areas of need in an efficient and consistent basis.

The purpose of the Advisory Board is to provide counsel to the Board of Directors and Founder / CEO of Teachers of Tomorrow. Their counsel includes strategy with particular emphasis on providing perspective and relationships with respect to improving teacher quality and effectiveness, as well as new state expansion, and regulatory and industry trends.

The Advisory Board is composed of a diverse group of individuals from the academic, business leadership, education policy, and political arenas. In conjunction with the formation of the Advisory Board the following individuals have been selected as inaugural members:

  • David Driscoll
    22nd Commissioner of Education for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; Former Chair of National Assessment Governing Board
  • Jim Konantz
    Former Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles Unified School District; Senior Vice President of Education Initiatives, K12 Inc.
  • Tom Luna
    Senior Vice President and Chief Policy Officer of "Project Lead the Way"; Former Superintendent of Public Instruction in Idaho; Former Advisor to U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige
  • Robert Scott
    Former Texas Commissioner of Education and Head of the Texas Education Agency ("TEA")
  • Florence Shapiro
    Former Member of Texas Senate representing North Dallas; Chaired the Texas Senate Education Committee for 10 years
  • Jane Swift
    CEO of Middlebury Inte

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