Reformers: We Must Be Much Bolder to Reach Every Child with Excellent Teachers

October 14, 2011

October 14, 2011 – Here’s a simple idea: put excellent teachers, the top 20 to 25 percent who achieve well over today’s “year of learning progress,” in charge of every child’s learning—consistently. In this Education Next blog, Bryan and Emily Hassel propose “a bolder alternative that might actually induce our nation to achieve widespread learning excellence”.

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