Educator: Improve teaching quality to turn around schools

Doug Lemov, an education consultant and the co-founder of a Boston charter school, believes that the key to reforming struggling schools is improving the quality of teaching. Lemov, who is a former teacher and administrator, thinks that financial incentives are only part of the picture and that teachers need better training in deliberate classroom techniques -- such as standing still while giving directions for a task -- that help students succeed.

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