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An Investigation of the Effects of Variations in Mentor-Based Induction on the Performance of Students in California


by Stephen Fletcher, Michael Strong & Anthony Villar - 2008


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 110 Number 10, 2008, p. 2271-2289
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14719, Date Accessed: 2/26/2021 11:02:15 AM
 
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  • Stephen Fletcher
    New Teacher Center; University of California, Santa Cruz
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    STEPHEN FLETCHER is a researcher with the New Teacher Center. His research interests focus on the outcomes of new teacher support, and the interaction of universities and school districts for teacher education.
  • Michael Strong
    New Teacher Center; University of California, Santa Cruz
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    MICHAEL STRONG is the Director of Research at the New Teacher Center. His research interests range from understanding the conversations of mentors and new teachers to people’s perceptions of teacher effectiveness. He recently published a review of research on the relationship of new teacher support and retention in The New Educator.
  • Anthony Villar
    New Teacher Center; University of California, Santa Cruz
    ANTHONY VILLAR is a postgraduate researcher with the New Teacher Center. He is also a graduate student in the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. His research at the New Teacher Center focuses on mentor development and cost-benefit analysis of new teacher support.
 
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