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School of Education

Research and Evaluation

The Call Me MISTER program collaborates with the Eugene T. Moore School Education’s Charles H. Houston Center to pursue its research and evaluation goals. In this regard, the Charles H. Houston Center is responsible for designing and implementing the research and evaluation plan for the Call Me MISTER program. The purpose of the research and evaluation program is to assess the development and impact of preservice and inservice Call Me MISTER teachers, as well as study the development and effectiveness of preservice and inservice underrepresented male teachers.

Research Brief

Houston Center Logo Research and Evaluation Objectives

  • Describe the mission, history, learning objectives, and goals of the Call Me MISTER program
  • Examine the impact of the Call Me MISTER program on students’ educational outcomes, preservice teacher development, and leadership development in college
  • Investigate teachers’ beliefs, effectiveness, and teaching practices
  • Explore the influences of precollege characteristics and college experiences on the development and effectiveness of preservice and inservice underrepresented male teachers

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