Analysis: High-poverty Nashville schools struggle to draw top teachers

Poor students in Nashville, Tenn., are more likely to be taught be inexperienced teachers than their wealthier peers, according to a data analysis. Officials say they hope to draw more experienced and effective teachers to the schools that need them most by utilizing incentives and leadership training.

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