ABOUT US

Who we are

Teach Tomorrow is a comprehensive site for those thinking about a career in teaching, students looking for a teaching degree program, and teachers who are relocating or looking to continue their education. Our staff is passionate about education, and many of us are former teachers or journalists who write regularly about education topics. No matter where you are in your teaching career journey, we are here to help you succeed.

Our directories of schools and programs, and our articles and guides are meticulously researched. We rely only on expert sources to bring you the most accurate information available about teaching degrees and careers. Our sources include colleges and universities, the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, and Payscale.com.

In addition, we want to help you spend your education dollars wisely. This is why we stress enrolling only in accredited colleges and universities and why we’ve researched ways that teachers and prospective teachers can cut their education costs through grants, scholarships, fellowships, and more.

If you’re interested in pursuing a teaching career, or in anything related to teacher education, this is the place to come.

our Team

DANIEL SCHUESSLER

A graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Dan began his career in education and technology as part of Intel’s student education group, focusing on tech resources and solutions for young learners. Dan leveraged his experience at Intel to start Teach Tomorrow in March of 2014. Dan has a wonderful wife named Cara, a daughter Larkin (3) and a son Hawken (7 mo).

WES HARRIS

Wes earned his master’s degree in history and international relations in 2006, book-ended by teaching stints at the elementary and college levels, respectively. He entered the content side of post-secondary education as an editor in 2007. Wes built upon his editorial experience to become Director of Web Content at one of Silicon Valley’s largest higher education publishers. He joins Teach Tomorrow as vice president of content and communications.