Answering the Call for Equitable Access to Effective Teachers

This report details lessons learned from implementation of the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship (WWTF) program in five states. Aimed at providing a strong pipeline of effective teachers, WWTF currently partners with 28 universities in Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, New Jersey, and Ohio to provide prospective teachers academic training, clinical experience, and mentoring that will effectively equip them to succeed in high-need schools. The report includes recommendations for policymakers, districts, and teacher preparation programs on how to use available quantitative and qualitative data to improve teacher preparation programs.

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
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