NEWTT was presented at the 16th Annual International Comparative Education Conference organized by the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society (BCES). This year the conference took place in Golden Sands, Varna, from June 11 to June 15. The theme “Education in Modern Society” inspired and brought together over 40 scholars and researchers from all over the world who presented their latest research findings, exchanged ideas, and discussed global trends and challenges in the education sector. Dr. Neli Koleva, Chief Officer of Public Partnerships at Teach For Bulgaria and Maya Stoyanova Warner, Teach For Bulgaria alumna, co-authored a paper entitled “ ‘A New Way for New Talents in Teaching’ or the Impact of Targeted Recruitment, Rigorous Selection, Innovative Training, and Ongoing Professional Support on Beginner Teachers’ Performance”. Maya Stoyanova Warner presented the paper at the conference as part of Thematic Section 3 - Education Policy, Reforms & School Leadership, chaired by Dr. Gillian Hilton, Middlesex University London, United Kingdom.