College of Education
ISSN: 1937-3929
Journal of Curriculum and Instruction

Vol 4, No 1 (2010)

Recruiting and Retaining Teachers in High-Need Content and Geographic Areas

This issue of the Journal of Curriculum and Instruction (JoCI) focuses on the role of teacher recruitment and retention in high-need content and geographic areas. Determining effective teacher recruitment and retention practices is critical in meeting educational needs and assuring students are making appropriate educational progress.

Lead Editor: Guili Zang, College of Education, East Carolina University

Guest Editor: Barnett Berry, Center for Teaching Quality

Table of Contents

From My Point of View...

Getting "Real" About Teaching Effectiveness and Teacher Retention PDF MP3
Barnett Berry 1-15

By Invitation

Recruiting and Retaining Teachers: Turning Around the Race to the Bottom in High-Need Schools PDF MP3
Linda Darling-Hammond 16-32

Research Forum

How Prepared Are Alternatively Licensed Special Educators? An Investigation of University, Local Education Agency, and Traditional Preparation PDF MP3
Sherry Mee Bell, Mari Beth Coleman, David F. Cihak, Emily R. Kirk, Joan Grim, Susan Benner 33-49
The Commitment and Retention Intentions of Traditional and Alternative Licensed Math and Science Beginning Teachers PDF MP3
Kristen Anne Corbell, Sherry Booth, Alan J. Reiman 50-69
Fostering Relationships to Increase Teacher Retention in Urban Schools PDF MP3
Jennifer H. Waddell 70-85


The Case for Differentiated Professional Support: Toward a Phase Theory of Professional Development PDF MP3
Rachael Gabriel 86-95


Journal of Curriculum and Instruction Wins National Award PDF
Diane D. Kester 96

Editorial Board and Review Board

Editorial Board and Board of Reviewers PDF

Call for Manuscripts

Call for manuscripts PDF

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