Teton Science Schools growing national network of place-centered schools supports innovation and builds community.
Grants in Place
Grants in Place Fellows and the National Signature Project Award recipient engage students in community problem solving.
Rural Teacher Corps
The Rural Teacher Corps Network promotes the recruitment, preparation, and placement of rural teacher-leaders.
Explore more about the 7 values in our Theory of Change that grounds RSC's work in rural schools and communities.
Register now for the 2022 National Forum to Advance Rural Education!
Over the past two years rural schools, educators, and communities have risen to the challenge of supporting our students and each other during the pandemic - often times, thinking outside of the box to leverage new ideas, utilize existing strengths, share services, and protect everyone’s health and safety. This year’s event theme will build upon last year’s theme, Raising Rural: A Fair Chance for a Good Life, which will explore creative and cooperative action around three strands: community, agency, and creativity.Register Now
The latest from our Hubs and Partners:
News and Updates
Celebrating Our 2022 Outgoing Board Members
Celebrating the incredible contributions of our departing board members
Teacher Profile: Kinley Zam - Punahka District, Bhutan
Place-based education partnership fosters deeper learning in Bhutan
Reflections from the Inaugural Young Educators’ Advisory Council
The cohort of ten early career educators reminisce, celebrate, and share final words of wisdom
We're Proud to Announce RSC's New Kansas Hub!
In partnership with the Rural Education Center (REC) at Kansas State University (KSU)
I Am a Rural Teacher
The I Am a Rural Teacher National Advocacy Campaign is committed to empowering rural teachers in the United States and around the world. Learn more about how you can engage in this effort. Thanks to The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for their support of this effort.Get Involved
Check out this short video from 5 rural teachers on why they do what they do:
RSC Regional Hubs Develop Sustainable Partnerships
Hub partners provide RSC with a flexible and cost-effective organizational infrastructure. They are vehicles for authentic place-centered learning, teacher support, and shared reflection. Learn more about our 11 regional hubs and of our collaborative work:Explore our Hub Map
Atlas of Good Work
Hither and yon.
Good works abound. Discover where students, teachers, and rural school advocates are making a difference in their respective communities and regions.
Take a journey down the rural route!