Second Thoughts on Why High Poverty Schools Struggle to Find Good Teachers
Tom Whitby, Nancy Blair,William Chamberlain
Poverty’s impact on education is undeniable, but what are the specific factors keeping good teachers out of high poverty schools?
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July 8, 2014 EdChat Radio
William Chamberlain husband, father, and an educator. He taught in the school he grew up in. Nancy Blair is a school improvement consultant and cohost of Edchat. Tom Whitby is contributing Editor at SmartBrief, founder of #Edchat, Twitter-Using Educators, and NYSCATE Network.
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