Posted by Barnett Berry on Tuesday, 09/15/2009
For every child, a great teacher. To make this noble notion a reality in high-need schools, we must have a massive shift in thinking about teacher recruitment, preparation, and retention. This paper from CTQ and the NEA provides four strategies to move public education toward research-driven policies that will transform every high-poverty school into a high-performing school.
A close look at how to transform high-needs schools by focusing on teacher recruitment and preparation, incentives, working conditions, and defining “effectiveness” in terms of student learning. Published by NEA and CTQ.