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Head Start Teacher Effectiveness Consortium brief: Center on Mentoring for Effective Teaching (COMET): A university-community applied research collaborative in Appalachia: (Early Childhood Partnerships, University of Pittsburgh): Funded 2008 through 2012

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A study of the impact of a mentoring program for Head Start teachers on their instructional practices, based on data on 110 lead teachers and 129 assistant teachers in three rural Head Start programs who were randomly assigned to either a mentoring or a control group
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Pennsylvania; West Virginia

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