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Northeast Noyce Professional Learning Network

Community initiative

Quick facts

Director/PIs: Principal Investigator Michael Daley and Co-Principal Investigators Cynthia Callard, Lisa Gonsalves (UMass at Boston) and Tetyana Berezovski (St. Joseph’s University)

Collaborators: University of Massachusetts at Boston and St. Joseph's University in Pennsylvania

Funding: National Science Foundation (NSF) Robert Noyce Scholarship Program


The Warner School’s Center for Professional Development and Education Reform leads the Northeast Noyce Professional Learning Network, an innovative initiative designed to foster the growth and support of highly effective STEM educators. The three-year NSF-funded project facilitates collaboration, knowledge sharing, and professional growth among early-career STEM teachers from institutions across the northeast with NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Programs to enhance K-12 teaching and learning.

The network, a partnership with the University of Massachusetts at Boston and St. Joseph's University in Pennsylvania, offers professional learning opportunities such as Regional Noyce Conferences, Professional Learning Communities, video clubs, one-on-one coaching, and Local Professional Learning Institutes. These opportunities support the persistence and success of early-career STEM teachers, with a particular focus on high-need school districts, where many students from historically marginalized populations attend.

Read the press release on the Northeast Noyce Professional Learning Network.