The Spring 2016 edition of Mentoring Matters includes:

  • Report from mentors identifying main challenges to new advisers
  • Mentees explain how their mentors have been important to them
  • Map of all the current mentees and their mentors
  • Mentees at high-poverty, urban and rural schools explain the difficulties they face. Mentor share advice for dealing with this difficult situations.
  • Does your scholastic press association want to join the Mentor Program? Are you an experienced teacher interested in becoming a mentor?  Check out the charts on page 8, explaining how to do all this.

Click on this link to download the issue as a PDF — Mentoring Matters Spring 2016 for web  Mentoring Matters Spring 2016 cover

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