Science Teachers in Arizona - Recruitment and Retention (STARR)

Project: Research project

Project Details


STARR Noyce, which operates in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, has been effect for a little over 8 months. During this time, we have realized the need to enhance a few areas in the grant in order to contribute to the recruitment and retention of STARR Noyce graduates. This supplemental builds on the work we have begun by hiring a recruitment specialist, developing first year teacher kits, supporting professional development, creating a virtual mentor-mentee nexus, and supporting teachers to work with academically talented students.
Effective start/end date9/1/088/31/14


  • NSF-EHR-DUE: Division of Undergraduate Science, Engineering, & Mathem: $895,704.00


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