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NTC i3 Scale-Up Brief

The U.S. Department of Education's i3 Scale-Up study expands the 2012 i3 Validation analysis to examine our teacher induction program's impact in several high-needs districts (with an average of 70% of students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch), including: Fresno Unified School District; Miami-Dade County Public Schools; New York City Department of Education; New York City Department of Education; Polk County Public Schools; and San Francisco Unified School District. 

This brief outlines the results of NTC's professional learning supports compared against traditional new teacher supports offered by the districts - both in districts that offer a full-release mentoring model as well s school-based. 

"By sharing these results with the field, we can shift our thinking and actions to provide teachers more effective supports so that they can get better faster. This is essential as we continue on our journey to end educational inequities. Our students can't wait."

- Desmond Blackburn, Chief Executive Officer, NTC

What we do

New Teacher Center is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving student learning by guiding a new generation of educators. We have made it our mission to overcome challenges teachers and students face by providing all educators with the support and resources necessary to succeed from their first day to their last.

By working in conjunction with school districts, state policymakers and educators from across the country to increase the effectiveness of teachers and school leaders at all levels, NTC has developed a series of results-oriented programs that align with district learning goals and address teacher induction, instructional coaching and school leadership development. All of these programs take place on premises within local school environments.