Report: Mentors, training help new science teachers succeed:

09/10/2008 | ScienceDaily

New science teachers do better and are less likely to quit when they attend a science-teaching course and are mentored by retired science educators, according to new research out of George Mason University's New Science Teachers' Support Network. These teachers' students do better too, researchers found, earning stronger grades and scoring significantly higher on standardized tests.

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