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Document Number: 8674

Impacts of Comprehensive Teacher Induction: Final Results from a Randomized Controlled Study - The purpose of this study was to determine whether augmenting the set of services districts usually provide to support beginning teachers with a more comprehensive program improves teacher and student outcomes. Among the findings: (1) The extra induction support for treatment teachers did not translate into impacts on classroom practices in the first year; (2) There was no impact on student achievement for teachers who received one or two years of comprehensive induction; (3) There was a positive and statistically significant impact on student achievement for teachers who received three years of comprehensive induction. (IES, June 2010)...


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