There is a lot of talk about improving teacher education in America. But much of the policy talk of late, especially in Washington, DC, would—at best—advance changes reflective of the late 20th century, not 2013.
January 15, 20130 comments
The politics of teaching policy continues to produce contentiousness among reformers and researchers as well as administrators, union leaders, and practicing teachers themselves. In response, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation invested three years and $45 million in painstaking efforts to find the holy grail of teacher evaluation.