This annual report provides an update on California’s teacher development and teacher quality policies; discusses trends in the supply of and demand for teachers; examines data on novice, underprepared, out of field teachers; and investigates the local policies and decisions that influence the maldistribution of teachers.
Teaching quality publications
Background As with other great media technology innovations in the past, World Wide Web technology has created new opportunities for learners. Businesspeople and educators have expended many efforts to test different applications and build demand for their educational offerings. Web learning sites have proliferated. The audiences and instructional methodologies for the different Web learning efforts […]
Rigor, Relevance, And Results: The Quality Of Teacher Assignments And Student Work In New And Conventional High Schools
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s High School Grants initiative seeks to catalyze the creation of a new kind of American high school—one where every student has a challenging academic program that provides sound preparation for college and for family-wage jobs and the demands of good citizenship.
Description of SRI’s design for a comprehensive study of alternative teacher certification programs, to determine the characteristics of those that were effective.
The way we prepare teachers should model how we expect them to prepare students. Even though universities are strong advocates of the need for reform of the K-12 schools, most preservice teacher education programs