Investigating North Texas Teacher Pipelines: Analysis of New Teacher Careers and Student Outcomes

The purpose of this project is to examine whether new teachers who are prepared through programs with a focus on recruiting, training, and placing students from a geographically local context, have higher retention rates and larger impacts on student achievement compared to teachers prepared through non-localized programs. At the intersection of leadership, policy, and practice, the results of this study will provide important evidence about north Texas teacher pipelines, with an explicit focus on outcomes for new teachers of Color and the students they serve.


Principal Investigators