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The History, Current Use, and Impact of Entrance and Licensure Examinations Cut Scores on the Teacher-of-Color Pipeline
This report identifies the decline of Black candidates entering the teaching profession as a major barrier to education equity for Black students.
In partnership with Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity, Center for American Progress,
This report examines national data and recent research on the barriers teachers of color face to both entering and staying in the profession.
This interactive tool by The Education Trust is based on a 50-state data and policy scan that reviews each state’s teacher workforce data and efforts.
Changing Expectations for the K-12 Teacher Workforce Policies, Preservice Education, Professional Development, and the Workplace
This report explores the impact of the changing landscape of k–12 education and the potential for expansion of effective models, programs, and practices…
This report synthesizes research on how to support educators in developing those capacities both in preservice and in-service contexts.
This brief discusses ways to support after-school staff of color as a part of teacher pipelines.
Using ESSER Funds to Support Teacher Residencies: Promising Practices that Align with Federal Guidance
This brief by Bank Street Graduate School of Education’s Prepared To Teach proposes that Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds…
Policy Report & Brief
This EdPrepLab report shares examples from California of partners working together to bring local resources to their residencies to improve sustainability.
This one-hour webinar highlights four Black education experts who discuss the importance of teacher diversity, and how the COVID-19 pandemic revealed…