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Transition to Teaching in Nebraska: Findings from the First Decade
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JNAFAC Volume 8, Number 1,

Abstract

Nebraska's alternative teacher certification program, Transition to Teaching, is housed at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. After 10 years in operation, program evaluation was deemed necessary to assess responsiveness to the needs of teacher candidates and the school districts within the state and effectiveness in meeting those needs. Results of this study showed both strengths and challenges and provide clear direction for the future of alternative teacher certification in Nebraska.

Citation

McCarty, W.L. (2013). Transition to Teaching in Nebraska: Findings from the First Decade. Journal of the National Association for Alternative Certification, 8(1), 3-15. Retrieved May 25, 2020 from .

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