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Reducing Teaching Turnover in Low-Income Urban Districts

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UT Elementary School is working to reduce teacher turnover in low-income urban districts by preparing student teachers for the challenges they will face. The Urban Education Pilot Program focuses on early intervention and social and emotional learning. UT Elementary, the College of Education, and Austin ISD are working together to incorporate these methods into teacher training. They’ll also create a best-practices manual that can be distributed at national conferences. Support for the program comes from the RGK Foundation, the Powell Foundation, and Suzan and Julius Glickman.

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