Sundt and Ephraim To Talk MAT at Stanford


Dr. Melora Sundt

Dr. Melora Sundt and Dr. Ronni Ephraim will be at Stanford University today, Dec. 1 and tomorrow, Dec. 2 presenting the MAT@USC at a Carnegie Foundation and the New Schools Venture Fund convening.


Dr. Ronni Ephraim

The meeting is the first of three to build a community of practice in the interest of fostering the growth and development of organizations representing multiple approaches to teacher preparation.

USC and 2tor are invited because the MAT is recognized as a teacher preparation program striving to produce teachers with the demonstrated ability to improve student learning and achievement. The MAT@USC program is also recognized as a program focused upon producing effective teachers and one that is helping to transform the teacher preparation market.