Supporting New Teachers: Evaluating Teacher Induction Models

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U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences

This five-year rigorous evaluation of the impact of teacher induction programs focused on two high-intensity teacher induction models and involved 1,009 teachers in 418 elementary schools in 17 medium and large urban school districts in 13 states.

Educating each generation of children is one of our nation’s most important obligations, and doing so hinges on the availability of qualified and effective teachers. The availability of these teachers is at risk, especially in schools serving children with the greatest educational needs.

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