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New Teacher Support Pays Off: A Return on Investment for Educators and Kids

Intensive professional-support programs for new teachers help reduce teacher-turnover costs and enhance student learning, a policy brief Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader from the Santa Cruz, Calif.-based New Teacher Center says.

The paper says that every dollar spent on a high-quality teacher-induction program wins a return on investment of $1.66 after five years, because of its power to reduce turnover costs and improve student achievement. The conclusions are based on data from academic and nonprofit research organizations, as well as research that the New Teacher Center conducted with school districts in California.

Vol. 27, Issue 10, Page 5

Published in Print: October 31, 2007, as Assistance for New Teachers

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