Minority Teacher Recruitment, Development, and Retention is a comprehensive review of research and practice that summarizes recent research on the contributions of diverse teachers to the education of both white and minority students. The report points to major obstacles faced by minorities in the “teacher preparation pipeline” from high school into the teaching profession, and provides useful examples of effective supports that can motivate and prepare minorities to succeed in high school, in college, and in the classroom. This is a useful resource for both educators and researchers, with rich examples of effective programs and practices, brief summaries of cited articles and studies, and an extensive bibliography.
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Minority Teacher Recruitment, Development, and Retention
Part I. The Condition of the Minority Teacher in the United States
Part II. Research Questions
Part III. Bibliography
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