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Pathways to Teaching: Does it Impact Teacher Retention?
Unformatted Document Text:  Darling-Hammond, L., & Sykes, G. (2003). Wanted: A national teacher supply policy for education: The right way to meet the “highly qualified teacher” challenge. Educational Policy Analysis Archives,11 (33), 1-56. Darling-Hammond, L., & Youngs, P. (2002). Defining “highly qualified teachers:” What does “scientifically –based research actually tell us? Educational Researcher, 31 (9), 13-25. Fowler, C. (2002). Fast track…slow going? Research brief. Ed Policy 2 (1). Retrieved March 2004 from http://www.edpolicy.org/publications/documents/update2i1.dpf . North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (2005). Looking toward the future. Retrieved May 2005 from http://www.NCPublicSchools.org/publications/documsent/Update4i1.dpf. Raymond, M., Fletcher, S., & Luque, J. (2001). Teach for America: An evaluation of teacher differences and student outcomes in Houston, Texas. Stanford, CA: The Hoover Institution, Center for Research on Education Outcomes.

Authors: Bullock, Ann Adams., Warren, Louis., Burke, Melva. and Hawk, Parmalee.
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Darling-Hammond, L., & Sykes, G. (2003). Wanted: A national
teacher supply policy for education: The right way to meet the “highly
qualified teacher” challenge. Educational Policy Analysis Archives,11
(33), 1-56.
Darling-Hammond, L., & Youngs, P. (2002). Defining “highly
qualified teachers:” What does “scientifically –based research
actually tell us? Educational Researcher, 31 (9), 13-25.
Fowler, C. (2002). Fast track…slow going? Research brief. Ed
Policy 2 (1). Retrieved March 2004 from
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (2005). Looking
toward the future. Retrieved May 2005 from
http://www.NCPublicSchools.org/publications/documsent/Updat
e4i1.dpf.
Raymond, M., Fletcher, S., & Luque, J. (2001). Teach for America:
An evaluation of teacher differences and student outcomes in
Houston, Texas. Stanford, CA: The Hoover Institution, Center
for Research on Education Outcomes.


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