Advance at Washington State University’s external mentoring: a promising program.
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ADVANCE at WSU's External Faculty Mentor program provides STEM faculty women opportunity to extend their network, showcase their research, and engage in critical collaborations.
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EFFECTIVE INDUCTION AND MENTORING PRACTICES: PERCEPTIONS OF FEMALE AND MALE SUPERINTENDENTS IN THEIR FIRST YEAR IN A NEW STATE Sheldon, Sandra (2011)The purpose of this qualitative study is to examine the perceptions of six seasoned superintendents, new to the state being studied on the effectiveness of induction and mentoring programs. The purpose is also to gain an ...
Meyer, Mindy (2011)New teachers continue to leave the profession at high rates although retention rates vary from school to school, districtto district, and state to state. Many districts have implemented mentoring programs to improve retention ...
Living two Lives: The Ability of Low Income African American Females in their Quest to Break the Glass Ceiling in Education Through The Ellison Model (TEM) Mentoring Approach Hoyt, DaVina Julia (2013)It is often that during their academic pursuits, to become successful, low-income African-American women must learn to navigate an upstream current through higher education, where the established order in the academy is ...