D.C. schools are expecting new, reform-minded teachers

08/10/2010 | Examiner, The · WRC-TV (Washington, D.C.)

Public schools in Washington, D.C., will have plenty of new teachers this fall to replace about 240 recently let go under the policies of schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee. Some 800 applicants -- many of whom support Rhee's reforms, according to officials -- are seeking 31 open positions as "master educators" who will coach and evaluate teachers in the classroom.

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Examiner, The · WRC-TV (Washington, D.C.)

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