Why Americans Should Not be Coming up With Their Own Solutions to Teacher Training Issues

This article explores why it may be that several other countries are doing a better job than the U.S. in developing teachers. Professional development of American teachers costs up to $18 billion a year with at least half of that spent on workshops for teachers. But no matter how much we spend, it doesn’t seem to result in much improvement in student achievement.

Source Organization: The Hechinger Report 

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