The Beginning Teacher and Induction Mentoring (BTIM) program was administered to support early career math and science teachers to increase their retention and effectiveness. The project was active from fall of 2009 to spring of 2013 and provided 1,973 new science and mathematics teachers in 487 school campuses across Texas with mentoring support from 919 veteran educators. The program encompassed 27 projects and was funded by the Texas Education Agency through a grant to the UT’s Center for STEM Education in the College of Education.
- Amy Werst
- Manager of Programmatic Operations
- Center for STEM Education
More information about BTIM (thetrc.org)