Washington Latin Public Charter School
Located in the Fort Totten neighborhood of Washington, DC, Washington Latin Public Charter School is a small-by-design diverse community that offers a challenging, classical curriculum, accessible to students across Washington, DC. The school serves 750 students in Grades 5-12 across the District.
Washington Latin is a liberal arts, college preparatory school with a classical mission. It has an emphasis on curriculum that explores the history of the ancients and develops understanding, knowledge, and humanity of its scholars. The school views education as a training of character, and character is the intersection of intellectual development and moral integrity. Students at Washington Latin are both encouraged and prepared to be thoughtful people who will contribute to the public good and continue lifelong quests toward a fuller humanity. Teachers and administrators are passionate about the mission and commit themselves to support the growth of well-rounded students who are exposed to broad academic and language skills.
The school operates by the motto that words matter, ideas matter, and people matter. Excellent teachers are a priority, and with ample support are given autonomy to create a culture of learning for their diverse student body. An important practice at Washington Latin is that all adults contribute to teaching and learning and instruct at least one class every year. Our leaders are teachers, our teachers are leaders.
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- 30-credit master of arts in teaching (MAT) program
- 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
- Please note Washington Latin is not currently designated as a Title 1 school
- Full-day cost details
As a teacher resident, you’ll work alongside another teacher and gain responsibility throughout the year. This immersive learning is designed to assist you with understanding your students and their learning process, setting you up 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.