Urban Teachers Competitors, Revenue and Alternatives

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Location:
Baltimore, MD USA
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Education
Founded:2009
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Urban Teachers's estimated annual revenue is currently $89.1M per year.
  • Urban Teachers's estimated revenue per employee is $180,000

Employee Data

  • Urban Teachers has 495 Employees.
  • Urban Teachers grew their employee count by 9% last year.
  • Urban Teachers currently has 3 job openings.
Competitor NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal Funding
Kiddie Academy
$283.1M1573N/AN/A
PILOT Learning ...
$8.1M45-10%N/A
Education Affil...
$228.8M1271N/AN/A
UMBC Training C...
$17.5M97N/AN/A
Waldorf School ...
$9M50-6%N/A
American Associ...
$12.1M6712%N/A
Philip Merrill ...
$9.7M548%N/A
Baltimore Chesa...
$8.8M49-2%N/A
The Catholic Hi...
$13.3M743%N/A
Krieger Schecht...
$12.6M703%N/A
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Pioneering Teacher Preparation Program in DC, Baltimore, and Dallas/Fort Worth. Urban Teachers is a four-year, alternative teacher preparation program that operates in Baltimore, MD, Washington, DC, and Dallas/Fort Worth, TX. Every participant in the program completes an intensive year-long residency, followed by a three-year teaching commitment in a high-need urban elementary, middle or high school. In addition to extensive classroom experience during the residency, Urban Teachers earn a master's degree with a focus on general education and special education that is directly relevant to the urban teacher from the #6 graduate school of education in the nation--Johns Hopkins University School of Education. They also receive three years of one-on-one coaching. During the first year, participants receive a $20,000 stipend from Urban Teachers. Teacher salaries in Baltimore, DC and Dallas/Fort Worth are some of the highest in the nation. All three cities allow an effective teacher to earn six figures. The tuition for the residency and master's is $40,000. Program participants are eligible for loan forgiveness after working in high poverty public schools for five years. Urban Teachers is now an AmeriCorps Education Affiliate. Participants are eligible for up to two Segal AmeriCorps Education Awards (worth up to approximately $11,000 towards tuition or prior student loans). All Urban Teachers are part of an unprecedented commitment to student performance: only those who demonstrate effective teaching practice and improve student learning receive two certifications and complete the program. Urban Teachers are among the most expert and results-oriented in the nation. For more information or to start an application, visit us on the web at www.urbanteachers.org. Our application deadlines for the 2017-18 school year are: Oct. 16, Nov. 17, Jan. 22, Feb. 26, March 26, April 30 and May 10. The program for the 2018-2019 school year will begin mid-to-late June 2018.

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$89.1M

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Executive Contacts

NameTitleEmail
Caroline Decaire-GoldinAssistant Director, DC
Annette O'BoyceChief Academic OfficerEmail Available
Dionn BrownAssistant Director of CurriculumEmail Available
Prathima KathiresanDirector Of Selection And AdmissionsEmail Available
Donna PriceExecutive Assistant to the CEOEmail Available
Frank BonannoChief Financial OfficerEmail Available
Kerry Whitacre SwarrExecutive Director For Participant Experience And Partnerships
Kirsten MacklerDirector Of Performance And EvaluationEmail Available
Simone PollardExecutive Director, RecruitmentEmail Available
Jessica JohnsonRecruitment and Onboarding Specialist | Summer Institute Manager Email Available

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Urban Teachers Executive Hires

DateNameTitleReference
2018-05-01Peter ShulmanCEOArticle