Sep 23, 2015

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Do we know how to help teachers get better?It’s a critical question: By helping more teachers succeed in the classroom, we could put more students on the path to success. For decades, conventional wisdom has been that if we could just get teachers the right type and right amount of support, educational excellence would be right around the corner. Just how to support teachers has been the...

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