Jul 16, 2015

Developing Workplaces Where Teachers Stay, Improve, And Succeed | Shanker Institute

** Republished here in the Washington Post Our guest authors today are Matthew A. Kraft and John P. Papay. Kraft is an Assistant Professor of Education at Brown University. Papay is an Assistant Professor of Education and Economics at Brown University. In 2015, they received the American Educational Research Association Palmer O. Johnson Memorial Award for the research discussed in this essay. ...

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