NapaLearns Fellows Program

Touro University NapaLearns Fellows Program

Tuition Support

NapaLearns is proud to provide tuition support for Napa County teachers to earn their Master’s degree in Innovative Learning. The NapaLearns board and district partners collaborate with the Touro Graduate School of Education staff to design curriculum that prepares teachers for inquiry-based education approaches practiced in Napa County schools.

Each teacher is required to investigate a district, school, or classroom problem and create a capstone project that gives back to their district and to NapaLearns by sharing research on the effectiveness of technology-enhanced learning, creating a model for others to follow, or producing teacher development materials that others can use. This degree positions teachers as leaders in their schools and the county.

See Teacher Projects


Teachers who receive tuition support agree to fulfill the following requirements. Participating educators agree to:

  • Share coursework and research projects with NapaLearns stakeholders and the wider Napa Valley education community
  • Provide program feedback on the quality of the coursework
  • Publish a blog post on the NapaLearns website showcasing your work as a result of the program

Teacher Success Stories

Touro University California Graduate School of Education Master’s degree candidates make a difference everyday in the lives of their students, in their schools, and in their districts.

Read Teacher Stories

Join Your Colleagues

As of October 2020, more than 170 teachers in Napa County received their Master’s degrees under this partnership. Click on the image below to see who has participated!

How to Enroll

Interested in becoming a NapaLearns Fellow?
Visit the program description page to learn more and apply.

For More Information Contact

Pamela Redmond, Ed.D.
Professor & Chair of Graduate Studies