Age of accountability requires leadership by experienced teachers

10/24/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

The increased focus on accountability in education has come with what Thomas J. Troisi describes in this blog post as the devaluing of career educators. Troisi, the assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction in the Valley Stream Central High School District in New York, writes that career teachers need more support and encouragement to seek leadership roles because experienced educators can be "successful in bringing about meaningful reform in public education."

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