Project FUTURE: Opening Doors to Diverse West Texas Teachers

Tara Stevens, Mary Agnello, Janie Ramirez, Aretha Marbley, Douglas Hamman

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This article reports on an efficacy model that informs Project FUTURE at Texas Tech University. The Project is one component of a multifaceted approach in the NW Texas region to target Hispanic and African-American youth, encouraging them to go throughy school with a desire to complete education programs leading to professional credentialing in teaching. Project FUTURE inspires students to believe that they can attend TTU and beome teachers through the College of Education. In keeping with the mission and vision of the COE. Project FUTURE seeks to create educational, social, economic, and political opportunities by opening doors to all students in West Texas with an extra effort to include the heretofore excluded.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)103-120
JournalTeacher Education Quarterly
StatePublished - Oct 2007


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