Should reauthorized ESEA focus less on teacher effectiveness?

Teacher effectiveness should not be the focus of the reauthorized Elementary and Secondary Education Act, according to Jay P. Urwitz, a member of the board of trustees of Teachers College, Columbia University. In this column, he writes that instead of relying on teacher performance, the law should focus on how to improve student learning, which will in turn improve student achievement.

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