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Home Resource Understanding the teacher pipeline for Indiana’s K–12 public schools
This infographic highlights key findings from a REL Midwest study that examined the characteristics of and outcomes for students who enrolled in an Indiana public college or university and pursued a bachelor’s degree in education at any point in college.
ERIC DescriptorsAcademic Degrees, Advanced Placement Programs, Bachelors Degrees, Beginning Teachers, College Graduates, College Transfer Students, Elementary Secondary Education, Enrollment, Ethnic Groups, Gender Differences, Grants, Honors Curriculum, Individual Characteristics, Labor Market, Low Income Groups, Minority Group Teachers, Minority Groups, Public Schools, Racial Differences, Remedial Instruction, Scholarships, Student Characteristics, Student Financial Aid, Teacher Certification, Teacher Characteristics, Teacher Education, Teacher Persistence, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Shortage, Teaching (Occupation), Two Year College Students, Undergraduate Students
Midwest | Resource Type: Infographic | Resource
Date: March 2021
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