Program offers training for teachers in disadvantaged schools

A new program at the University of California, Riverside, will aim to help math and science teachers improve their teaching of struggling students in economically disadvantaged schools. Beginning in January, educators and consultants from the university will offer feedback to teachers on lessons that they videotape once a month -- focusing on teacher presentation as well as student reaction -- and will also track student achievement at the schools over a four-year period.

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