Congressional bill promotes teacher quality

06/22/2005 | eSchool News (free registration)

With the backing of the AFT, NEA and 13 other educational organizations, Democrats in both houses of Congress have introduced a $3.4 billion bill to improve the teaching quality, particularly in high-need schools. The proposed legislation includes funding to recruit math and science teachers, develop data systems that track and analyze student progress and reward top teachers with cash bonuses.

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