Future Educators Association Case Study

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The Future Educators Association (FEA) is another teacher recruitment program in Mississippi. Future Educators Association is a national student organization whose primary function is to support young people interested in education-related careers and to build a rigorous and inspiring pathway to careers in education beginning in secondary school. The vision of the program is to provide every child with a well-prepared and effective teacher and to have teachers that view education as an attractive and rewarding profession. Future Educators Association impact is to attract, prepare, and support young people to become effective teachers and to have more effective teachers entering the profession (Recruitment Programs in Mississippi, 2014). …show more content…
The organization has become eligible to function as a part of a co-curricular program of study for students interested in an education related career. As of August 2015, the organization will be known as Educators Rising. Educators Rising will continue the mission of Future Educators Association but it will also ensure teachers have the experience and skills needed to be ready for the classroom. The focus of Educators Rising will be on providing high school students with hands-on teaching experience, sustain their interest in the profession and help them cultivate the skills they need to be successful educators (Recruitment Programs in Mississippi, …show more content…
The requirements for this scholarship are being a junior or senior in college with a 2.5 college grade point average and pass the Praxis Core Assessment. In exchange for this scholarship, participants are required to teach a minimum of two years in a critical shortage area. If the participant defaults, the participant must render immediate repayment plus interest of the scholarship (Mississippi Department of Education, 2012).
The benefit of the William F. Winters Scholarship Loan Program is paid tuition of $4,000 the junior and senior year of college. The requirements for this scholarship are being a junior or senior in college with a 2.5 college grade point average and pass the Praxis Core Assessment. In exchange for this scholarship loan, participants are required to teach one year for one year of loan forgiveness. If the participant defaults, the participant must render immediate repayment plus interest of the scholarship (Mississippi Department of Education,

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