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Home Resource Out-of-field Teaching among Beginning Teachers Trained and Teaching in Rhode Island
REL Northeast & Islands studied rates of out-of-field teaching among beginning teachers who completed a teacher preparation program in Rhode Island. This infographic supports state stakeholders and teacher preparation program providers who are interested in understanding staffing patterns of new teachers trained in public, private, or alternative programs.
ERIC DescriptorsAlternative Teacher Certification, Beginning Teachers, Early Childhood Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, English (Second Language), Faculty Mobility, Labor Turnover, Language Teachers, Middle School Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Public School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Teacher Certification, Teacher Characteristics, Teacher Distribution, Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Persistence, Teacher Qualifications, Teacher Recruitment
Northeast & Islands | Resource Type: Infographic | Resource
Date: January 2020
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