Opinion: Guidelines will not help put effective teachers in poor schools

11/13/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

By not including specific provisions in the latest federal education grant criteria to end practices that put unprepared and unqualified educators in the most disadvantaged schools, Education Secretary Arne Duncan and the Obama administration have missed an opportunity to ensure real progress in education reform, writes the editorial board of the New York Times. Until this problem is addressed, argue the writers, these practices will continue to have a negative effect on children in low-income areas.

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