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Non-traditional educator preparation programs, such as the Relay Graduate School of Education, may be an effective way to introduce more teachers of color into the teacher supply pipeline. Here, we summarize evidence using six years of longitudinal data from the New York City Department of Education to address three research questions related to reducing racial and ethnic mismatch between students and teachers.Learn More