In this blog post, Jane Coggshall explains that inequitable access is not just the result of neglect or funding disparities, but the result of a series of systemic failures, from how we prepare teachers to work in high-need schools to how we design teachers’ jobs.
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19 Mar 2014
Twelve years after federal policy first tried to chip away at the problem of unequal access to teacher quality through No Child Left Behind, the field continues to grapple with this complex issue. In this blog post, Jane Coggshall describes the highlights of a recent AIR event where experts discussed issues of inequality in education.
27 Feb 2014
Career and technical education teachers make up about 11 percent of all public high school teachers across the country. In this blog post, Jane Coggshall shares data and figures to give an overall picture of who they are.
26 Feb 2014
One size does not fit all when it comes to Career and Technical Education (CTE) teacher evaluation. In this blog post, Jane Coggshall discusses the difficulty of evaluating CTE teachers based on student progress, the subject of recent research at AIR.