Our Mission

Empowering Teachers Working In High Poverty Schools through Collaboration, Feedback, and Implementation of Evidence-Based Classroom Strategies

The Rutgers Collaborative Coaching Project is a study that examines the effectiveness of structured coaching and teacher formative assessment on classroom-wide instructional and behavioral management practices related to student learning.

Funded by the Brady Education Foundation, this project is a partnership with elementary schools in Jersey City Public Schools that serve high poverty communities.

Project Aims:

  • Help teachers increase their use of evidence-based instructional and behavior management strategies
  • Improve teachers support
  • Improve class-wide behavior and learning