The Teacher Fellows Network Program provides states and districts with the tools, data and infrastructure to foster teacher communities, formulate innovative ideas and directly solve education challenges. The program trains and supports public educators to understand the stakeholders in education systems and to vet solutions to the pressing challenges in policy design and implementation. Currently, fellowship are offered in Hawai’i, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee and Utah. The part-time, mostly virtual program allows public teachers to remain in their classroom during the two-year fellowship, and provides a stipend along with the opportunity to expand their professional learning network in-person and online. Recruitment for new cohorts in Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee and Utah begin in January.