Report: Texas must address teacher quality gap

08/5/2008 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

The disparity in teacher quality between wealthy and high-poverty public schools will not get any better until Texas addresses the issue, according to a study conducted for the Association of Texas Professional Educators. More meaningful incentives as well as better training and mentoring are necessary to help reverse the trend, said Edward Fuller, a University of Texas-Austin education-policy professor who conducted the study.

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