Study looks at whether teacher mentoring boosts student scores

Comprehensive guidance and support for new teachers might lead to higher student achievement but has no effect on teacher retention, according to a study of teacher induction by the Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences. The study shows that student scores begin to rise in the third year of the rigorous mentoring programs. However, researchers say, there is not enough evidence to link the induction programs to student achievement.

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