From first-year to first-rate: principals guiding beginning teachers
This book is a guide for administrators on how to implement a year-long induction programme for new teachers. The following methods are provided to: cut teacher attrition rates; improve continuity for students; minimize interruptions to school programmes; and enhance the overall quality of teaching.
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Returning to the Workforce
New Kid on the Block
Support for the Principal
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