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Building shared ownership and engagement over teacher preparation can help ensure that efforts to sustainably fund high-quality programs will endure beyond initial start-up funding. By drawing on effective, lasting collaboration among stakeholders who have not traditionally worked together—both within organizations and across organizational lines, programs can successfully identify sustainable funding sources for the long term. This report shares strategies for building ownership and engagement and highlights programs across the country that have successfully sustained and grown the kind of commitments that ensure program development and longevity.
teachers, teacher preparation, teacher candidates, federal investment, educator workforce, sustainability
Education | Education Economics | Higher Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Salciccioli, M., White, M., DeMoss, K., & Dennis, H. (2021). Going Further Together: Building Ownership and Engagement to Support High-Quality Teacher Preparation. . https://educate.bankstreet.edu/pt/15