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This report delves into a 2019-2020 survey that Prepared To Teach conducted at twelve institutions across seven states and explores aspiring teachers’ financial burdens with a specific focus on the link between said burdens and the desire for strong teacher preparation programs that include clinical practice. Learn about the many daily anxieties that aspiring teachers face, the difficult choices they are often forced to make in order to pursue their passion for teaching, and the impact this has on the quality and diversity of teacher candidates. Finally, find out why the future of the teaching profession depends on improving access to quality preparation programs by ensuring that aspiring teachers are supported financially in their journey to becoming the best-prepared educators they can be.
Education Economics | Higher Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Mansukhani, D., & Santos, F. (2021). #MoreLearningLessDebt: Voices of Aspiring Teachers on Why Money Matters. . Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/pt/7