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The failure to ensure that our nation's classrooms are all staffed with qualified teachers is one of the most discussed, but least understood, problems of our elementary and secondary schools. Over the past decade, literally dozens of studies and national commissions have bemoaned the qualifications and the quality of our teachers. In turn, a host of reforms have pushed tougher teacher-licensing standards and more rigorous academic-coursework requirements for teaching candidates.
Ingersoll, R. (1997). Putting Qualified Teachers In Every Classroom. Retrieved from http://repository.upenn.edu/gse_pubs/138
Date Posted: 23 October 2007