The Teaching Pathways Program provides resources, opportunities, and support for students to explore teaching and education career pathways. Students of color benefit academically when they are in classrooms with teachers of the same race. Minnesota’s urban school districts enroll a large percentage of Southeast Asian students, with some urban schools having majority Southeast Asian student enrollment. However, only 2.5% of Minnesota’s K-12 teachers are Asian American. More Asian American teachers and educators are needed to meet the representation of Asian American students in Minnesota.
The Teaching Pathways Program connects students to specialized College of Education and Human Development teaching programs, courses, workshops, professional development, and networks to progress towards teaching and education careers.
Listen to our first podcast episode of Dinner Talks with Diana: Racialized Experiences of AAPI Educators.
Participating College of Education and Human Development teaching and education partners:
View Events & Activities announcements for information about upcoming Teaching Pathways Program events.