Allerton Hill Blog

for industry news, case studies, new media & communications strategies

10 Ways to Make Mentoring Work

June 3, 2016

“We know that new teachers who feel supported and successful are much more likely to remain in teaching and to positively affect students’ lives. When we hire new teachers, we have a choice: We can train and support them so that they stay and thrive, or we can let them fend for themselves so that they leave or struggle to survive. The choice is obvious. Our students deserve to be in the hands of competent, capable, caring, well-trained professionals. And it is our job, as educators, to provide every student with just that type of teacher.”

 Read the Full Article Here » »

Posted in Community Outreach