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Tag: Teacher diversity
Seeking to Diversify Teaching Ranks, N.C. Governor Looks to HBCUs
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said he wants to expand the Teaching Fellows program to every Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in the state, as part of a larger push to increase teacher diversity, according to a WRAL-TV report. Right now, the program — which provides loan forgiveness for STEM and special education teachers […]
December 10, 2019
Study: Debt Load Disparities Hamper K-12 Teacher Diversity
A new Center for American Progress report finds that the disproportionate student loan debt burden carried by educators of color further exacerbates efforts to recruit a diverse teacher workforce.
July 9, 2019
What NCTQ Gets Wrong about Testing Teachers of Color
In February, The National Council of Teacher Quality (NCTQ) released its report, A Fair Chance: Simple Steps to Strengthen and Diversify the Teacher Workforce. The extensive report focuses on how teacher licensure exams keep many aspiring teachers out of the profession – especially aspiring teachers of color.
March 26, 2019
Second Initiative Adds to Clemson Efforts to Diversify SC Teacher Ranks
As a pioneering teacher-development program established by Clemson University approaches its 20th year, leaders in the College of Education are creating a complementary initiative also aimed at diversifying South Carolina’s educator pool.
February 27, 2019
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