High-quality mentors can help new teachers succeed

Well-trained mentors can help new teachers excel in the classroom, says Dara Barlin, the associate policy director of the nonprofit New Teacher Center. Getting a mentoring program to succeed, she says, requires finding the right teachers to be mentors, aligning instructional support and partnering with principals.

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