Prior to joining Prepared To Teach, Jasmine served as Clinical Supervisor for the Urban Teacher Education Program at Rutgers University, after spending five years as a high school English teacher in Chicago and Newark, NJ. She received her MAT from the University of Chicago through the UChicago Urban Teacher Education Program and is now pursuing a doctorate of education at Rutgers University. She hopes to study the impact of traditional urban teacher education programs, as well as urban teacher residencies, on large, urban school districts across the country.
Project Director, Teacher Residency Network Initiative, Prepared To Teach
Jasmine Marshall is the Project Director for the Teacher Residency Network Initiative at Prepared To Teach. She manages the national network of teacher preparation programs/district partnerships that are designing programs to sustainably fund candidates to engage in yearlong residency preparation in Colorado, New Mexico, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington, and Southern California.