Behind the Headline: School Factors May Influence Teacher Effectiveness

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School Factors May Influence Teacher Effectiveness
05/17/10 | Teacher Beat

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An Effective Teacher in Every Classroom
Summer 2010 | Education Next

A new study by C. Kirabo Jackson finds that teachers who are effective in one school might not be as effective in other kinds of schools–schools with different student populations or school cultures. A debate between Kati Haycock and Eric Hanushek that appears in the Summer 2010 issue of Ed Next considers whether attempts to attract effective teachers from low-need schools to high-need schools are a good strategy.

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