Andrew Garland is a Partner for Knowledge Management at TNTP, a national nonprofit dedicated to providing excellent teachers to the students who need them most and advancing policies and practices that ensure effective teaching in every classroom. In his role, Andrew lends expertise and support to TNTP’s numerous projects with school districts and state departments of education nationwide – from NYC to Florida to Tulsa to San Francisco – and directly manages teacher recruitment and training projects in Nashville and the State of Tennessee.
He holds his MBA and MA Education from the University of Michigan, and Bachelors from Princeton University. Andrew has also worked in international humanitarian aid and presidential politics, but began his career in education as a high school drama co-teacher on the West Side of Chicago. He has three young daughters, and (when they let him) loves to play the banjo.