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We offer consistent, individualized coaching aligned to personal growth and professional development.

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The NC NTSP is a leader in university-based induction support through the belief in and practice of transformative, intentional coaching to increase student achievement by improving beginning teacher effectiveness and retention.

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Assistant Director for Research and Extramural Funding

This dynamic and innovative social science research position will apply quantitative research methodology in educational and community contexts utilizing: knowledge and understanding of research methodology, principles and techniques of descriptive and inferential statistics, sampling theory and measurement theory, and the procedures and principles involved in designing statistical research studies in the social sciences. This position will design research studies of considerable scope and complexity, present statistical designs and interpret, propose, and guide the implementation of statistical findings clearly and concisely.

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