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|Arizona Teach Camp||
This program, aimed towards novice special education teachers, provides these teachers with day-long training sessions and ongoing year-long virtual and face-to-face professional development.
|Oklahoma State Department of Education, Teacher Induction Program||
This program supports early-career educators by pairing them with extensively trained mentors during their first years in the classroom and provides both the novice teacher and mentor with ongoing professional development.
|Virginia Department of Education, Pilot Program Supports First-Year Special Education Teachers||
This program, created in partnership with the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), provides first-year special education teachers with a free membership to CEC and access to its resources, as well as in-person professional development conducted by CEC experts.
|Corona-Norso School District's Teacher Induction Program||
This program assigns first- and second-year participating teachers with individualized one-on-one weekly mentoring and support during their first 2 years participating in the induction program. This job-embedded mentoring and coaching is based on the individual needs of new teachers, as identified through a self-assessment using the California Standards for the Teaching Profession.
|Kansas eMentoring for Student Success (eMSS)||
eMSS (eMentoring for Student Success) provides new and veteran teachers with content, endorsement, and grade-level focused mentoring through an online technology network. Through eMSS, teachers collaborate in an interactive community to facilitate the exchange of information, ideas, and experiences in order to advance high-quality instruction for all students.
|Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) Grant Program||
The SEED grant program from the U.S. Department of Education provides funding to increase the number of highly effective educators by supporting the implementation of evidence-based preparation, development, and enhancement opportunities for educators.