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Mentoring Beginning Teachers: Lessons from the Experience in Texas.  Policy Research Report - November 2000
Table of Contents
  * List of Tables and Figures
  * 1: Introduction
  * 2: Lessons from Research on Teacher Mentoring: Review of the Literature
  * 3: Teacher Mentoring Survey of Texas School Districts: Summary of Results
  * 4: Mentoring Beginning Teachers: the Implications of Contextual Conditions
  * 5: Lessons from the Field: Case Studies of Three Districts
  * 6: Conclusions, Implications, and Recommendations
  * References
  * Survey Instrument
  * Annotated Bibliography

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