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CSET Speaker Series: Pondering Excellence in Teaching
CSET Speaker Series: Pondering Excellence in Teaching
Travis J. Bristol enlightened us about the challenge of providing support and development for male teachers of color.
Nearly half of all teachers leave the classroom within five years. In schools that serve low-income students, the turnover is even higher — leaving the most vulnerable students with the least experienced teachers. The Hollyhock Fellowship Program aims to help stop this revolving door by encouraging, supporting and recognizing highly motivated early-career high school teachers and providing them with rich learning opportunities with colleagues nationwide. 
President Hennessy speaks to Hollyhock Fellows about the importance of their work as teachers.
President John Hennessy spoke to Hollyhock Fellows about becoming leaders in education.

Stanford welcomes Hollyhock teaching fellows

22 July 2014 - Stanford's The Dish

The Hollyhock Fellowship welcomed nearly 100 teachers from high poverty, hard-to-staff schools to its inaguaral Hollyhock Summer Institute.
Ways of linking theory and practice in teacher preparation: Comparing teacher education programs in Finland, Norway and the United States

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