Los Angeles union weighs in on teacher-improvement strategies

01/8/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Professional development, training programs and support for educators can improve teaching and learning, according to leaders of United Teachers Los Angeles. In this column, they write that teachers want to work with administrators to create more effective evaluations that include support for teachers who need help. The union leaders also suggest the use of incentives to keep highly qualified teachers in the classroom.

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