Opinion: Teaching profession needs a rethink

09/20/2002 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Recent school reforms have largely ignored the importance of improving the quality of teaching in troubled schools, according to Pedro Noguera of Harvard University and Eileen Moran Brown of Cambridge College. Schools should recruit a racially and ethnically diverse corps of teachers, who are educated in the subjects they teach, the writers say.

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