Educator: Teachers can be turned off by classroom restrictions

10/26/2009 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Teachers must be given more freedom and flexibility in the classroom, according to an award-winning educator, who urged school leaders to draw more highly qualified educators to disadvantaged schools by relaxing some school regulations and mandates. "Teachers don't want to be in a place where [they] can't do what [they] know is needed," said Renee Moore, the 2001 Mississippi Teacher of the Year, at a recent forum in Washington, D.C.

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