Examining the Influence of Internships on Teacher Recruitment
The Columbus Region Academy of Future Teachers of STEM (CRAFT-STEM) is a Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program awarded by the National Science Foundation to Columbus State University (grant 1136356). The program incorporates summer internships to recruit academically strong students into secondary STEM teaching programs and increase participation by underrepresented groups. We look at results from student surveys and course enrollments to examine the influence of the internship program on decisions about going into teaching.
Howard, Tim; Shaw, Kimberly; Gober, Deborah; and Ticknor, Cindy, "Examining the Influence of Internships on Teacher Recruitment" (2015). Faculty Bibliography. 2149.
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