Using ESSER Funds to Support Teacher Residencies
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This document details the opportunity that Local Education Agencies (LEAs) have to leverage Elementary and Secondary Emergency Relief Funds (ESSER) to develop teacher residency programs at their school sites. It is not only allowable, but also advisable under Federal guidance that these funds can support teacher candidates working for a full year, co-teaching within classrooms with accomplished mentor teachers, helping lead to a more diverse teacher workforce, reducing teacher turnover, and improving instructional outcomes.
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Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College (2021). Using ESSER Funds to Support Teacher Residencies. Prepared To Teach. Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/pt/29