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The teacher residency model: core components for high impact on student achievement

Bier, Marisa(Contributions by)Clark, Ashley(Contributions by)Davis, Christine Brennan(Contributions by)Ervin, Harry(Contributions by)Florez, Viola(Contributions by)Gatti, Shelley Neilsen(Contributions by)Glover, Sarah B.(Contributions by)Godfrey, Lynne(Contributions by)Gonzales, Holly(Contributions by)Gonzowitz, Susan(Contributions by)Graves, Sherryl Browne(Contributions by)Harford, Marisa(Contributions by)Hendrickson, Rebecca(Contributions by)Kennedy, Bill(Contributions by)Lamker-Franke, Danaya(Contributions by)Lockhart, Jessamyn(Contributions by)Osinsky, Marcie(Contributions by)Scheib, Carrianne(Contributions by)Siu, Lilly(Contributions by)Sober, Tamara L.(Contributions by)Steele, Amy(Contributions by)Verdier, Rachelle(Contributions by)Ware, Brandon(Contributions by)Krebs, Marjori(Edited by)Torrez, Cheryl A.(Edited by)
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Teacher residencies are on the rise across the United States as a successful way to address the high rate of teacher shortages and attrition. The National Center for Teacher Residencies (NCTR) has been guiding this work for over ten years, partnering with teacher preparation institutions, local school districts, and community partners to implement best practices for teacher preparation. With an introduction by NCTR on the key components of successful residencies, each subsequent chapter is written by an exemplary NCTR partner who have successful residency programs and who share specific aspects of their programs from which others can learn.

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Lexington Books
1793606374 / 9781793606372
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