Published February 28, 2005
by Harvard Education Press .
Written in English
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Get this from a library! Recruiting, retaining, and supporting highly qualified teachers. [Caroline Chauncey;]. Recruiting, Retaining, and Supporting Qualified Teachers: No. 3 in the Harvard Education Letter Spotlight Series. The No Child Left Behind Act of mandates that all teachers be "highly qualified" by , although the criteria for meeting this standard are vague at best. Meanwhile, half of the nation's teachers are expected to retire by Cited by: 6. aggressive recruiting and hiring of qualified teachers and implem ented a steep increase in 14 salaries—averaging 16% overall and m ore than 20% for beginning teachers—to make. Recruiting and Retaining Teachers: Turning Around the Race to the Bottom in High-Need Schools Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Curriculum and Instruction 4(1) May with 1, Reads.
Table of Contents for Recruiting, Retaining, and Supporting Highly Qualified Teachers INTRODUCTION Teacher Quality and Educational Equity Caroline Chauncey CHAPTER 1 Teaching: From A Nation at Risk to a Profession at Risk Pam Grossman CHAPTER 2 Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Teachers Katherine C. Boles and Vivian Troen CHAPTER 3. Recruiting, Preparing, and Retaining STEM Teachers for a Global Generation E-Book ISBN: Author: Dorothy Y. White, Jacqueline Leonard, Michelle T. Chamberlin, Alan Buss. Recruiting, retaining and sustaining highly-qualified teachers with expertise in STEM content areas to work in hard-to-staff schools and geographic areas are necessary to equalize educational opportunities for rural and urban Title 1 students. supporting people with developmental disabilities. Patricia Salmi, M.S., Doctoral Candidate and Design Specialist, Department of De-sign, Housing, & Apparel, University of Minnesota, McNeal Hall, Buford Avenue, St. Paul, MN Patricia Salmi is a physical environments design professional who specializes in acces-.
Annette Konoske-Graf is a Policy Analyst with the K Education team at the Center for American Progress. After studying political science and Spanish literature at the University of California. The purpose of the program is to increase academic achievement by improving teacher and principal quality. This program is carried out by: increasing the number of highly qualified teachers in classrooms; increasing the number of highly qualified principals and assistant principals in schools; and increasing the effectiveness of teachers and principals by holding LEAs and schools accountable. They candidly present lessons from a variety of urban settings for attracting, preparing, and supporting teachers who are both caring and qualified. The book contains the following chapters: (1) The Urban Context and Urban Schools (Kenneth R. Howey); (2) Sociocultural Strategies for Recruiting Teachers Into Urban Classrooms (Elizabeth C Cited by: By Anne Wujcik, Editor of EdNET Insight.. The new Harris Interactive survey of American attitudes about education was released this week. Respondents see effective teachers as central to student success, with nearly three-out-of-four (72%) citing recruiting and retaining highly qualified teachers as very important for improving student achievement in America’s public schools.