The mission of the HTH Graduate School of Education is to prepare reflective practitioner leaders to work with colleagues and communities to develop innovative, authentic, and rigorous learning environments. This mission parallels that of the High Tech High K-12 schools: to provide all students with an extraordinary project-based education and to graduate students who will succeed in post-secondary education and be thoughtful, engaged citizens. The HTH GSE opened in September 2007 at the High Tech High village of schools in San Diego, California. 

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School Leadership and Teacher Leadership M.Ed Program
GSE offers a Master's of Education degree (M.Ed.) program with a concentration: School Leadership, for experienced educators who aim to or currently lead a small, innovative school, and a concentration in Teacher Leadership, for experienced teachers who aspire to deepen their practice and broaden their leadership capacity at their school. Both programs are open to educators within and beyond our network of HTH schools.

Professional Development
GSE hosts Residencies and Institutes throughout the year at the HTH schools in San Diego, focused on topics ranging from project-based learning to exhibitions of student work, and also send faculty to lead Workshops at school across the country and abroad.  
Educational Leadership Academy
GSE facilitates a one-year hybrid program, blending on-line learning and face-to-face collaboration, designed to transform schools by serving as a "change incubator" for teams of educators engaged in school reform. This program is available to both national and international educators.

Teacher Credentialing Program
High Tech High offers Preliminary and Clear professional credentials through its CTC approved District Intern and Induction Programs, including Single-Subject, Multiple Subjects and Educational Specialist.  All program participants must be employed as the teacher of record at a HTH or HTH-affiliated school.

Spotlight Publication:  Changing the Subject by Rob Riordan and Larry Rosenstock
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