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Students gain up to five months of additional learning when new teachers receive high-quality mentoring

For Immediate Release: June 22, 2017 Media Contact: Lauren Empson, Director of Communications, lempson@newteachercenter.org Students gain up to five months of additional learning when new teachers receive high-quality mentoring New Teacher Center’s Induction Model Proven to Increase Student Achievement, According to New U.S. Department of Education’s Investing in Innovation (i3) Results   SANTA CRUZ, CA […]

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Support Student Success by Supporting Teacher Success – Title II Day of Action

By Liam Goldrick, Director of Policy Teachers and school principals are the two most important school-based factors for student success. If we aren’t properly supporting our educators, we can expect that educational progress will stagnate and inequities will deepen. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed into law a year and a half ago, […]

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The Art and Science of Developing Student Agency

By Kathleen Cushman, co-author, Belonging and Becoming (Harvard Education Press), and Wendy Baron, Chief Officer, Social and Emotional Learning, New Teacher Center  Dreaming up a capstone project for his science class, Ryan Gallagher wanted something that would put his San Diego eighth-graders in the driver’s seat, as learners. “There’s this game,” he said with a […]

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Early Learning Highlights from Week of the Young Child

In honor of the Week of the Young Child, I am excited to shine a light on the beautiful work happening in one Pre-K classroom in East Palo Alto, CA. I have been working with three teachers in Room 4 as their instructional coach for over a year. During that time the school has undergone […]

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Setting Personal Goals Fuels Academic Growth

By Kathleen Cushman, co-author, Belonging and Becoming (Harvard Education Press), and Wendy Baron, Chief Officer, Social and Emotional Learning, New Teacher Center  Born in the U.S. but raised in the Dominican Republic till the age of 9, Luis entered grade 4 in Springfield, MA without a word of English. It took him a year to […]

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Academic Feedback

The Secret Ingredient in Student Agency By Kathleen Cushman, co-author, Belonging and Becoming (Harvard Education Press), and Wendy Baron, Chief Officer, Social and Emotional Learning, New Teacher Center  No matter what we are trying to do well, every learner needs feedback. From soccer to singing, geometry to knitting, attending to what others notice about our […]

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