As schools in urban areas continue to face challenges, it is important for officials to consider proven, common-sense approaches to make substantive changes, asserts Eric J. Cooper, founder and president of the National Urban Alliance for Effective Education. In this blog post, he writes that school improvement is dependent upon directing more resources to urban education -- particularly to professional development for teachers, successful educational programs and proven school structures.
How can education be improved in urban schools?
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