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We create lifelong educators changing the way STEM subjects are taught.
We are a national network of colleges and universities working together to improve STEM teaching and learning in the U.S.

We prepare teachers. They change the world.

Through a proven approach and a strong university network, we make passionate, better prepared, more connected teachers.

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Featured project: HBCUTeach Initiative

We are collaborating with UNCF and NMSI to strengthen STEM teacher preparation at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

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Find out how we're advancing education

UTeach produces teachers at a lower cost than other leading programs. Our graduates stay in teaching longer and improve student performance in math and science.

Featured News

UTeach for Texas on a Mission to Curtail Teacher Shortage

Education is at a crisis point: There is an urgent need for teachers. But for students to learn and thrive, they need well-prepared teachers who know both the subject matter and how to teach it. UTeach, with its network of 13 university programs and partners across Texas, produces qualified STEM teachers and has done so for 25 years. To meet the current crisis, UTeach developed an intensive accelerated teacher development program, UTeach for Texas.

UTeach Meets Challenges and Celebrates Milestone

UTeach at The University of Texas at Austin is celebrating 25 years of preparing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teachers. The program combines rigorous subject matter work with secondary teaching certification without adding time or cost to four-year degrees. 

Alabama STEM Council to Strengthen Teacher Preparation Across the State Through UTeach

The Alabama STEM Council will direct an initial $4.5 million legislative appropriation to launch four new UTeach STEM teacher preparation programs at fully accredited public Alabama colleges and universities and to further expand the UABTeach program at the University of Alabama Birmingham.