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Clement, M. C. (2008). Improving teacher selection with behavior-based interviewing. Principal87(3), 44-47.

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Connelly, V. (2003). An analysis for extent and efficacy of alternative routes to teacher preparation in special education. Paper presented at the 26th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Biloxi, MS.
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Darling-Hammond, L. (2000). Solving the dilemmas of teacher supply, demand, and standards: How we can ensure a competent, caring, and qualified teacher for every child. Kutztown, PA: National Commission on Teaching and America.

Davis, B., Higdon, K., Resta, V., & Latiolais, L. (2001). Teacher fellows: A graduate program for beginning teachers. Action in Teacher Education23(2), 43-49.

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Evelyn, J. (2002, March 8). States give community colleges a role in educating teachers. The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Feistritzer, C. E. & Chester, D. T. (2003). Alternative teacher certification: A state-by-state analysis, 2003. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Information.

Figlio, D. (2002). Can public schools buy better-qualified teachers? Industrial and Labor Relations Review,55(4), 686-697.

Fowler, R. C. (2003). The Massachusetts signing bonus program for new teachers: A model of teacher preparation worth copying? Education Policy Analysis Archives11(13).

Futernick, K. (2007). A possible dream: Retaining California teachers so all students learn. Sacramento: California State University. Retrieved on March 10, 2008, fromhttp://www.calstate.edu/teacherquality/documents/possible_dream.pdf

Gau, R., Palmer, L. B., Melnick, R., & Heffernon, R. (2003). Is there a teacher shortage? Demand and supply in Arizona. Tempe: Arizona State University, School of Public Affairs, Morrison Institute for Public Policy. Retrieved on March 7, 2008, from http://www.morrisoninstitute.org

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Grant, F. D. (2001). Fast-track teacher recruitment. School Administrator58(1), 18-24.

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Hammer, P. C., Hughes, G., McClure, C., Reeves, C., & Salgado, D. (2005). Rural teacher recruitment and retention practices: A review of the research literature, national survey of rural superintendents, and case studies of programs in Virginia. Charleston, WV: Appalachia Educational Laboratory at AEL (now Edvantia).

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Hardy, L. (1998). A good teacher is hard to find. American School Board Journal185(9), 20-23.

Hare, D., & Nathan, J. (1999). The need is now: Dealing with Minnesota’s teacher shortages. Retrieved on March 8, 2008, from http://www.mnsu.edu/ruralmn/research1.pdf

Harris, D. C. (2007). The promises and pitfalls of alternative teacher compensation approaches. Madison: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin Center for Education Research. Retrieved on March 15, 2008, fromhttp://www.greatlakescenter.org/docs/Policy_Briefs/Harris_Merit%20Pay.pdf

Harris, S. A., Camp, W. E., & Adkison, J. (2003, January). New structures and approaches for teacher preparation: Do they make a difference in teacher retention? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, New Orleans, LA.

Hayes, D. (2007). Providing $100K grants to seven black colleges, Tom Joyner Foundation encourages the recruitment, retention of minority teachers. Diverse Issues in Higher Education43(2), 10.

Hess, F. M. & West, M. R. (2006). A better bargain: Overhauling teacher collective bargaining for the 21st century. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.

Hudson, M. (2000). Final report (revised) for the national study of community college career corridors for K-12 teacher recruitment. Retrieved on March 8, 2008 from http://www.ericsp.org/digests/CCRecruit.htm

Humphrey, D. C. & Wechsler, M. E. (2007). Insights into alternative certification: Initial findings of a national study. Teachers College Record109(3), 483-530.

Ingersoll, R. M. (2001). Teacher turnover, teacher shortages, and the organization of schools. Seattle, WA: Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy. Retrieved on May 23, 2008, fromhttp://depts.washington.edu/ctpmail/PDFs/Turnover-Ing-01-2001.pdf

Ingersoll, R. M. (2002). The teacher shortage: A case of wrong diagnosis and wrong prescription. NASSP Bulletin86, 16-31.

Ingersoll, R. M. (2003). Is there really a teacher shortage? A research report. Seattle, WA: Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy.

Ingersoll, R. M. (2007). Misdiagnosing the teacher quality problem (CPRE Policy Briefs). Philadelphia: Consortium for Policy Research in Education. Retrieved on March 7, 2008, fromhttp://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2sql/content_storage_01/0000019b/80/33/6a/34.pdf

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Johnson, S. M. & Kardos, S. M. (2002). Keeping new teachers in mind. Educational Leadership59(6), 12-16.

Johnston, R. C. (2000, November 1). Chicago’s efforts to recruit teachers pay off. Education Week20(9), p. 3.

Kane, T. J., Rockoff, J. E., & Staiger, D. (2006). What does certification tell us about teacher effectiveness? Evidence from New York City (NBER Working Paper No. W12155). Available at SSRN:http://ssrn.com/abstract=896463

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Levin, J. & Quinn, M. (2003). Missed opportunities: How we keep high-quality teachers out of urban classrooms. New York: The New Teacher Project.

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Nunez, M., & Fernandez, M. R. (2006). Collaborative recruitment of diverse teachers for the long haul—TEAMS: Teacher education for the advancement of a multicultural society. Multicultural Education14(2), 50-56.

Oliva, M. & Staudt, K. (2003). Pathways to teaching: Latino student choice and professional identity development in a teacher training magnet program. Equity & Excellence in Education36(3), 270-279.

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Patton, J. M., Williams, B. T., & Floyd, L. O. (2003). Recruiting and retaining culturally and linguistically diverse teachers in special education: Models for successful personnel preparation. Teacher Education and Special Education26(4), 288-303.

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