Growing Teacher Community

Transformative professional development.

EdCo Collaborates Calls

Every Tuesday & Thursday

Teachers of Color: Build Out Your Community

We’ll continue to build a community for Black teachers and teachers of color to hold space for questions, collaboration, celebration, and support. (For teachers who identify as Black or of […]

Community Care

Getting through the Fall Break to New Years’ Crunch

Virtual, free, & open to all PreK-12 educators in public, private, & charter schools.
More information here

Some workshops feature guest teachers who host sessions and others are more like mini unconferences with a specific topic or question at the center of the conversation – no experts, all learners. Check out The Culture Corner for calls with artists, creators, and innovators who are eager to work with teachers as collaboration partners. All calls facilitated and hosted by EdCo teachers.

About Us

Teachers in The Educators’ Cooperative work together in an active community of support and development with other like-minded professionals who work in classrooms of all kinds. Together, we create the time and space for teachers from all sectors to collaborate and share best practices in teaching and learning, and nurture a professional community of educators on behalf of all of Nashville’s students.

Want to help?

Teachers in The Educators’ Cooperative love to collaborate on behalf of all students and your support makes it happen. Here’s how you can help:

Make a donation

We need your help to grow our reach and impact in classrooms all over the Nashville area. Click here to donate!

Sponsor a teacher

Participation fees for the Summer Workshop help us cover the costs of our materials, supplies, food and personnel. Click here to sponsor!

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Share information about The Educators’ Cooperative with the teachers in your life.

Your child’s teacher, your teacher neighbor, your teacher friends – we want them all to know about our work and how they can get involved. Email links, tweet and tag, share on Facebook – it all helps!