About this Video
Jesse Solomon argues that teaching is too hard a job to do alone. Rather, if we are to achieve the lofty aim of educating all children to high levels, we need to learn from medicine and other fields to reorganize teachers and teaching in ways that enable teams of adults to meet all children’s needs.
Jesse Solomon is the founder of the Boston Teacher Residency program, a national pioneer in teacher preparation.
About the Speaker
Jesse Solomon founded the Boston Teacher Residency program in 2003, Previously, he taught middle and high school math for 10 years — at the King Open School in Cambridge, Brighton High School, and City on a Hill Public Charter School. He was a founding faculty member, lead teacher, and a member of the board of directors at City on a Hill, where he began and directed the Teachers’ Institute, a school-based teacher preparation program. Mr. Solomon has been an instructor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and is a National Board-certified teacher. He holds a BS in Mathematics from MIT and an MEd from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The Barr Foundation named Mr. Solomon a Barr Foundation Fellow in 2009 for his leadership, and he is also aPahara-Aspen Institute Education Fellow.