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Scholarships to Recruit the “Best and Brightest” Into Teaching: Who Is Recruited, Where Do They Teach, How Effective Are They, and How Long Do They Stay?
This article examines whether a popular innovation for increasing human capital in the teaching profession—competitive college scholarships for teachers— is effective. The authors show that one large and long-standing merit-based scholarship program (a) attracts teacher candidates who have high academic qualifications; and (b) yields graduates who teach lower performing students, although not as challenging as the students of other beginning teachers.
Updated: Sep. 11, 2013
This article describes a study which explored the effectiveness's development of teachers in North Carolina public schools during their first five years in the classroom. The authors contrasted the beginning teachers' effectiveness with the effectiveness of teachers who stayed with that of those who left.
Updated: Dec. 25, 2012