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Shand, Robert; Madhani, Naureen; Austin, Kimberly – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
Teacher residencies offer a promising approach to enhancing the recruitment, preparation, and retention of educators by addressing barriers to entering and succeeding in the teaching profession, especially among educators of color. In this paper, we examine strategies residencies might use to overcome the obstacles faced by Black educators. We…
Descriptors: Teacher Interns, Preservice Teacher Education, Educational Strategies, Minority Group Teachers
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Valente, Robin; Tejwani, Jaclyn; Pedroza, Valentin – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
A university in the California Central Valley and three rural district partners designed and implemented a rural teacher residency (RTR) to address the urgent need to prepare and increase retention of qualified educators serving students in rural communities. The RTR program prioritized building partnerships through data use and continuous…
Descriptors: Teacher Interns, Graduate Students, Masters Programs, College School Cooperation
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Scheib, Carrianne; Snyder, Catherine; Krebs, Marjori – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
This manuscript aims to answer the research question: What data are collected by teacher residency programs and a network of teacher residency programs, and how and why do faculty and NCTR staff use this data to advance both individual programs and the teacher residency model nationally? This paper explores how individual teacher residency…
Descriptors: Teacher Interns, Data Use, Models, Data Collection
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Herman, Katherine – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
The teacher shortage currently plaguing the United States is exacerbated in the urban context. One particular model being adopted in urban school districts to address the teacher shortage and issues of educational equity is the urban teacher residency (UTR) model. The UTR model employs a collaboration between institutions of higher education…
Descriptors: Urban Teaching, Teacher Shortage, Equal Education, Partnerships in Education
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Turk, Diana B.; Berman, Stacie Brensilver; Gentry, Christine; Traxler, Rachel Elizabeth; Caldwell, Sabrina L. – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
How do we recruit strong and diverse teachers who are committed to teaching in complex, underfunded schools? How do we prepare them, both in terms of their skills and mindsets, to feel responsible for reaching and teaching all of the learners in their classrooms? And how do we prepare them to be capable and confident enough that they feel…
Descriptors: Diversity (Faculty), Equal Education, Social Justice, Racism
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James Brian Hancock II; Jack Taylor Poling – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
There is an overwhelming consensus that sustained opportunities for teachers' professional learning is critical for student success, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the nature, substance, and format of K-12 teachers' opportunities for professional learning necessarily shifted. District administrators, focused on maintaining the safest possible…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, Physics, Administrator Role, Faculty Development
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Sam R. Humphrey – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
During the global pandemic of the 2020--21 school year, school districts rapidly transitioned from the traditional in-person structure of school to distance learning. This research study sought to understand how superintendents envisioned virtual learning as an option within their school district portfolio, exploring the barriers faced in its…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Tablet Computers, Laptop Computers
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Laurie Balsano Wright – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) spent over two decades researching the importance of social and learning (SEL). CASEL's (2020b) research revealed that the implementation of evidence-based SEL programs led to an 11% gain in student achievement, fewer behavior issues, reduced dropout rates, and decreases in mental…
Descriptors: Grade 5, Social Emotional Learning, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Terrelle B. Sales – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
No other dehumanizing social construct has negatively impacted the realities and lived experiences of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in North America more than racism. Teacher Preparation Programs (TPPs) are not exempt from this truth. Although there are many allies working both outside and within TPPs to ensure curricula,…
Descriptors: Racism, Social Justice, Teacher Education Programs, Racial Attitudes
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Kevin M. Wong; Helen Chan Hill – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
Bilingual education has steadily risen in the United States since the Supreme Court case of "Lau vs. Nichols in 1974." Despite this proliferation of bilingual programs, notable challenges and discrepancies exist for bilingual programs devoted to Asian languages and Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. The rising…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education Programs, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Asian American Students
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Eduardo R. Muñoz-Muñoz – Issues in Teacher Education, 2023
The translanguaging debate transcends the outward-facing concerns to defend bilingual education against English nativism, which have pervaded the bilingual education literature in the last thirty years. Translanguaging demands that bilingual language educators engage in an inward-facing analysis into often deeply-seeded views of their world: What…
Descriptors: Translation, Bilingual Education, Language Teachers, Bilingual Teachers
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Chiu, Calli Lewis; Sayman, Donna; Lusk, Mandy E.; Kressler, Benikia; Cote, Debra – Issues in Teacher Education, 2022
It is critical that educators learn about the concept of implicit bias and contemplate any unconscious biases they may hold since Black students disproportionately experience punitive school disciplinary consequences and placement into programs for students with disabilities. Greenwald and colleagues' early (1998) research on implicit association…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Racial Discrimination, Preservice Teachers, Special Education Teachers
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Vachon, Kimberly J. – Issues in Teacher Education, 2022
This qualitative case study examined exit-credential papers from a teacher preparation program to explore how pre-service teachers discussed racial positionality in relation to teaching for social justice. Framed by a Critical Whiteness perspective, the pre-service teachers' papers revealed that out of the cohort of twenty-four, only seven White…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Reflection, Social Justice, Critical Theory
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Morris, Pricella; Matute-Chavarria, Monique; Brown, Monica R.; Whittington, Nakisha – Issues in Teacher Education, 2022
Early childhood teacher preparation programs offer a curriculum that centers the White normative perspective (i.e., devoid of diverse perspectives). Because the young children and families that these teachers will work with are representative of the U.S. demographic, it is important that these programs consider alternate ways of preparing their…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Teachers, Teacher Education, Racism
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McKee, Aja; Gomez, Audri Sandoval; Rodriguez, Sardis Susana; Myck-Wayne, Janice; Turner, Scott; Trujillo, Markus – Issues in Teacher Education, 2022
Access to general education preschool in California has varied for children with disabilities. One reason for the disparity of educational placement is the preschool regulations outlined in California Department of Education's Title 22: Community Care Licensing guidelines. These regulations, particularly in preschool, support or hinder preschool…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, State Legislation, State Regulation, Access to Education
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