NYC boosted teacher quality by raising, reforming standards

06/23/2008 |

Schools serving disadvantaged students deserve highly qualified teachers, but that scenario doesn't always come to fruition, writes The New York Times editorial board. The board writes: "The picture has improved significantly, however, in New York City, where state law has abolished temporary licenses for uncertified teachers, raised standards in teacher preparation programs and spawned innovative strategies for recruiting better teachers."

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