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UTeach, at the University of Texas at Austin, has become one of the largest and most successful programs preparing secondary science and mathematics teachers at a research university in the US.  This article describes the UTeach program, and presents evidence to it's success.
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Preperation Model, UTeach, University of Texas at Austin, teacher development, teacher preparation, teacher recruitment
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