Why mentors matter for student teachers – and their future students

The Seattle Times

A trio of Washington researchers wondered if the mentors who helped student teachers learn the ropes made a difference in student outcomes. They found it does, especially in math.

Note: WWU's John Krieg, professor of economics and director of Western's Office of Survey Research, is one of the researchers in the study. 

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