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Charter group focuses on teacher diversity

While some charter schools are working to attract more white, middle class families in order to create less segregated classrooms, it’s also growing in importance for both charter and traditional schools to implement strategies that diversify the teaching workforce and to provide those teachers with support once they are hired. For example, the Denver Public Schools has created a model that allows new teachers to be in the classroom part time while also working with a mentor to avoid being overwhelmed by working in a high-needs school while they are still rookies.

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