Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What does the Center for Urban Teaching do?

A: The Center for Urban Teaching combines meaningful relationships with practical experiences in high-performing urban classrooms to instill the belief in urban teacher candidates, as well as teachers new to the urban setting, that ALL children WILL learn while equipping them with the high-performance, high-expectations teaching strategies to make that vision a reality.


Q: What colleges are all involved with the Center for Urban Teaching? 

A. Currently the Center for Urban Teaching is found on the campuses of:
    Wisconsin Lutheran College
    Marquette University
    Martin Luther College
    Concordia University Wisconsin 
    Cardinal Stritch University


Q: How do I get involved with my campus cohort?

A: Click on the Cohort tab on the menu and find your location or contact us and we will send you more information.

Q: Does your campus want to be a participant in the exploratory cohorts as well? 

A: Call the Center for Urban Teaching office today (414.443.8954) to add your name to the list of participants.


Mission: To identify, prepare and support high-performing urban teachers.