Hyde Leadership Charter School
Located in the Bronx borough of New York City, Hyde Leadership Charter School is part of a group of schools that develop the deeper character and unique potential of each student through its unique family-based character education program. The curricula undergirds the belief that students are more complex than annual data points, and that the fulfillment of a person’s life correlates not simply to test scores, but even more so to their relationships with others and the content of their character.
Hyde utilizes a holistic approach to inclusive character development, which is integrated into the entire school community. A core value system – courage, concern, curiosity, integrity, and leadership – guides relationships and priorities at Hyde. Five key principles create the foundation for the charter network’s culture: destiny, humility, conscience, truth, and brother’s keeper.
Knowing that families are crucial components to a child’s success, Hyde helps families embrace these core principles while engaging parents in uncommon ways. Family partnerships are enriched through activities such as parent discovery nights and family retreats. Hyde has a deep commitment to every family to fully participate and grow their unique potential by having equal access to space, resources, programming, and personnel at the school.
Faculty share in the Hyde philosophy of building a supportive, inclusive learning environment for all children. Special education is integrated into all classrooms where teachers co-teach and plan together. You will be met with a support system and a team of people ready to back you up as you become part of the Hyde community. Through this genuine and transparent school culture, you will gain the skills to become a life-changing teacher.
- Student-centered inquiry-based learning. Hyde provides a wealth of activities that nurture the development of the whole child.
- Developing restorative justice practices. At Hyde, teachers are given the tools to rethink discipline and connect this to a social justice theme that is infused throughout the curriculum.
- Facilitating community partnerships. Collaborations with community partners provide students at Hyde additional resources and learning opportunities.
- There are two degree options available at this location:
- 34-credit master of arts in teaching in Inclusive Childhood Education (dual degree in Childhood Education and Childhood Special Education, Grades 1-6)
- 30-credit master of arts in teaching in Secondary Education (Grades 7-12)
- Meet online with NYU Steinhardt faculty and peers twice per week in the evening for your course work ~15 hours/week
- ~40 hours/week in classroom residency at partner location
- Tuition subsidy and stipend or wage from partner school
- Two-year commitment following residency required
- Full-day cost details
As a teacher resident, you’ll be a co-teacher in your content area. This means you’ll work alongside a highly qualified teacher and gain responsibility throughout the year. All of this immersive learning is designed to assist you with understanding your students and their learning process, preparing you to have a class of your own the following year.
During residency year
Residency: End of August 2022
After residency year
The figures above are estimates provided by our partners for informational and planning purposes only. NYU Steinhardt does not guarantee these amounts.