Report: Teacher training in disarray

09/18/2006 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Most teacher training programs suffer from poor oversight, low admissions standards and disengaged faculty, and do a poor job preparing candidates for the classroom, concludes a report by Arthur Levine, former president of Columbia University's Teachers College. Levine recommends using the accreditation process to improve teacher education programs.

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