Boettcher Teacher Residency provides crucial aid to rural districts

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Boettcher Teacher Residency provides crucial aid to rural districts

Boettcher teacher resident Dusty Mars says he’s amazed by what’s expected of teachers and how rigorously they’re evaluated compared with his former life in the oil field. “It’s a huge difference in the compensation level and what’s expected – between industry and being a teacher.”
Lisa Wickman of Bayfield will be a resident at Ignacio High School working with a science teacher.
Michelle La Paz trained as a wildlife biologist but has been a teacher’s aide in Cortez for the past five years. High teacher turnover doesn’t worry her as she’s not leaving the region. “Being from that general area, you’re kind of familiar with everything. You’re familiar with the kids and the community that just kind of keeps you there.”
Snowberger

Boettcher Teacher Residency provides crucial aid to rural districts

Boettcher teacher resident Dusty Mars says he’s amazed by what’s expected of teachers and how rigorously they’re evaluated compared with his former life in the oil field. “It’s a huge difference in the compensation level and what’s expected – between industry and being a teacher.”
Lisa Wickman of Bayfield will be a resident at Ignacio High School working with a science teacher.
Michelle La Paz trained as a wildlife biologist but has been a teacher’s aide in Cortez for the past five years. High teacher turnover doesn’t worry her as she’s not leaving the region. “Being from that general area, you’re kind of familiar with everything. You’re familiar with the kids and the community that just kind of keeps you there.”
Snowberger
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