Policy Brief. New Teacher Center, University of California, Santa Cruz.
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Mentoring & Tutoring. Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 293-308.
Is Mentoring Worth the Money? A Benefit-Cost Analysis and Five-Year Rate of Return of a Comprehensive Mentoring Program for Beginning Teachers.
ERS Spectrum Journal of Research and Information. Vol. 25, No. 3
Annie E. Casey Foundation’s education investment philosophy and strategies, and describes Casey’s approach to defining and documenting the results of its grantmaking.
This report marks the first major analysis of teacher education from an insider’s perspective.
Teachers College Record. Vol. 108. Number 7.
A group of experts and citizens delve into school finance and provide reccomendations for policy and programmatic next steps.
This paper outlines the issue of pay for performance and outlines a policy that would encourage Oregon school districts to adopt alternative methods of compensating their teachers.
A group of community leaders, educators and citizens from across Oregon explored the issue of educator quality and delivered a list of consensus recommendations for policy and programmatic next steps.
Annie E. Casey Foundation report detailing their investments and theories of change.
An article examining what higher institutions of learning can do to better facilitate the development of new teachers for the twenty-first century.
New Teacher Center, University of California, Santa Cruz
New Teacher Center, University of California, Santa Cruz.
National Commission on Teaching and America's Future.
Executive Summary. New Teacher Center, University of California, Santa Cruz.
OEA and George Fox University create a mentoring partnership.
Report by National Commission on Teaching and America's Future, that states: “How do we get the good teachers we have recruited, trained, and hired to stay in their jobs?”
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Analyze the data you need and identify teaching strategies to help elementary and middle school students improve via this web-based assessment of students' proficiency with technology.
TI's education technology page with with professional development, product descriptions, classroom activities, and downloads.