Should student teachers practice in struggling schools?

03/17/2012 | Education Week

Teachers in New York City who do their pre-service training in "high-functioning" schools were more effective -- as measured by value-added scores -- and more likely to continue teaching than peers who got their start in "hard-to-staff" schools, according to a recent study. The study finds teachers are more likely to remain in schools if they report good working environments.

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