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Teachers As Mentors: Models for Promoting…

Teachers As Mentors: Models for Promoting Achievement with Disadvantaged…

by Aram Ayalon

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Not a book that could be spoiled. Short. Short is good. This book discusses mentoring programs at 2 schools. One is a 7-12 school in Jerusalem, the other a high school in Boston. Teachers, or some teachers, also have a mentoring role at the school; students take a special class where they are mentored and where they establish a relationship with the mentor. This is good. The schools both are small & have a focus on at-risk students and the mentoring programs help the students.
  franoscar | Jan 5, 2013 |
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