NBCT: Schools can do more to improve teaching

03/18/2010 | Teacher in a Strange Land

Schools can help improve teaching by offering quality training, mentoring and regular assessments, according to National Board Certified Teacher Nancy Flanagan. In this blog post, she writes that many administrators simply hope that teaching will improve or waste time and energy on getting rid of ineffective teachers instead of taking steps to improve teaching and retain quality educators.

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