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THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION IS TEAMING UP WITH TEACHER’S UNIONS TO PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR FIRST YEAR TEACHERS.

 

HIGH QUALITY MENTORING PROGRAMS ARE DESIGNED TO REDUCE TURNOVER AMONG NEW TEACHERS AND GIVE THEM A SHOULDER TO LEAN ON. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT DURING THE PANDEMIC SAYS THE BOARD’S EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING JENNIFER KIRMES (kir'-miss).

 

 

KIRMES (kir'-miss) SAYS THEY WANT TEACHERS TO FEEL SUPPORTED.

 

 

THE MENTORING PROGRAM IS BEING FUNDED WITH A SIX AND A HALF MILLION DOLLAR FEDERAL COVID RELIEF GRANT.

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