Educators train each other in some New Jersey schools

09/10/2010 | Press of Atlantic City (N.J.), The

Educators in New Jersey are training each other at in-house professional-development seminars because of cuts to training budgets. Officials say there is also a greater focus on individual-school plans. "It's very empowering for a teacher to be considered a master teacher who can teach others," a district administrator said. "And it's easier for the other teachers to have that teacher right in the district."

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