NTC is Improving Student Achievement1
Students in classrooms with teachers supported by the NTC induction accelerated their learning in math and reading above the students who were in classrooms with teachers supported by a traditional induction program.
Math Percentile Rank
Reading Percentile Rank
NTC-SUPPORTED TEACHERS DEMONSTRATE HIGHER PROFICIENCY IN ENGAGING STUDENTS
NTC-supported teachers demonstrate higher proficiency in using assessment in instruction
NTC ADVANCES TEACHING PRACTICE3
88% of teachers enrolled in the New Teacher Induction Program report a direct impact on student achievement as a result of their mentorship relationship. NTC-supported teachers demonstrate a higher capacity for analyzing student work and adjusting their teaching practice accordingly.
of New Teachers
agree that work with their NTC mentor influences their practice and meets their needs as a growing professional.
believe NTC influenced their district’s growth in advancing teacher practice.
NTC INCREASES TEACHER RETENTION4
When new teachers had strong support from school administrators as well as other teachers, they were 3-4 times more likely to remain in their school district.
Increase In Retention
New teacher retention increased by 30% after just 2 years of NTC support.
Of NTC Trained Mentors
in Hillsborough County Public Schools remained committed to the district after five years.
Mathematica Policy Research Study, 2010. Statistically Significant Results, Reading (N=74 Teachers, N=1,347 Students); Math (N=68 Teachers, N=1,198 Students).
SRI International Evaluation, 2015. Preliminary Results based on classroom observation scores using the Danielson Framework Comparison Study, Treatment N=25; Control N=25.
Induction Survey, 2015. Over 4000 Beginning teachers responded across 21 sites.
NTC Analyses, 2015. Comparison study conducted in a southeastern district.