Our numbers tell the story.
"The difference between graduates from UTeach replication sites and non-UTeach teachers in the effectiveness with which they teach high school mathematics and science courses is similar to the difference between novice teachers and teachers with 10+ years of experience."
Can UTeach? Assessing the relative effectiveness of STEM teachers, Economics of Education Review, 2018
UTeach programs produce teachers at a lower cost than other leading programs, and our graduates stay in teaching longer and improve student performance in math and science.
- Check out UTeach: Shaping National Success (PDF 1.3MB) and our Impact Report (PDF 1.1MB) for details about our cost, teacher retention, and student performance data.
- Read the National Expansion snapshot (PDF 1.5MB) for the latest information about the growing number of UTeach programs and graduates.
- Take a look at UTeach at 20: Celebrating Success and Envisioning the Future (PDF 3.7MB) for the whole UTeach story.
And see below for maps and more.
Read how the UTeach Institute is shaping our national success in STEM teacher preparation.
Faculty from UTeach programs across the U.S. discuss sustainability features of the UTeach model, and how program assessment, innovative instructional programming, classroom research, and effectiveness research have contributed to its success.
As of Spring 2020, UTeach programs have more than 6,000 graduates nationwide. See which universities have implemented (or are in the process of implementing) UTeach.
We have a vast network of UTeach alumni working in K-12 education in the United States. Download the Spring 2020 map or have a look at the interactive map.
UTeach at 20
UTeach envisions a future in which every student has access to STEM teachers that inspire and educate. Read more about how we're expanding in a way that's scalable and effective.