Mentors Increasing Special Education RetentionAcademic Exchange Quarterly
AbstractLack of effective professional mentoring and minimal ongoing support programs have been suggested as two primary contributors to the chronic shortages of special education teachers. Few programs have been designed to address these specific causes. In this article we describe TATERS, a partnership between a university special educator preparation program, a state Department of Education, and district level administrations designed to (a) develop effective mentoring systems, and (b) strengthen training and recruitment of preservice and new special education teachers, especially in rural areas.
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Citation InformationMichael J. Humphrey, Evelyn S. Johnson, Keith W. Allred and Jack J. Hourcade. "Mentors Increasing Special Education Retention" Academic Exchange Quarterly (2009)
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