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Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality Teachers Introduction

National Evaluation Systems, Inc.

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality Teachers Introduction

2002

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality Teachers A Quality Teacher for Every Child

Billie J.Orr

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality Teachers A Quality Teacher for Every Child

2002

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality Teachers Finding the Teachers of Tomorrow in the Face of Necessary Reforms

Adam Urbanski

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality Teachers Finding the Teachers of Tomorrow in the Face of Necessary Reforms

2002

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality Teachers A Comprehensive Look at Education Reform in Illinois

Robert Nielsen
Keith R.Sanders
Dianne Ashby
Lynne Haeffele Curry

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality Teachers A Comprehensive Look at Education Reform in Illinois

2002

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality TeachersThe Cost of a Quality Teacher for Every Child

Michael A.Rebell

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality TeachersThe Cost of a Quality Teacher for Every Child

2002

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality TeachersTeaching Portfolios Used for High-Stakes Decisions: You Have Technical Issues!

Ronald A.Berk

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality TeachersTeaching Portfolios Used for High-Stakes Decisions: You Have Technical Issues!

2002

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality TeachersTeaching as a Profession: A National Education Association Perspective

Charles T.Williams

Section 1: Characteristics and Costs of Quality TeachersTeaching as a Profession: A National Education Association Perspective

2002

Section 2: Training Quality TeachersTeachers as Learners: Elements of Effective Professional Development

Kathy A.Dunne

Section 2: Training Quality TeachersTeachers as Learners: Elements of Effective Professional Development

2002

Section 2: Training Quality TeachersFinding and Supporting Educators Through Distance Learning

Peggy E.Gaskill

Section 2: Training Quality TeachersFinding and Supporting Educators Through Distance Learning

2002

Section 2: Training Quality TeachersProviding the Opportunity to Teach

Jane McAuliffe

Section 2: Training Quality TeachersProviding the Opportunity to Teach

2002

Section 2: Training Quality TeachersTeacher Education and PreK–18 Collaboration: Assessing Impact on Student Achievement

Jean Wilson Houck
Kristin Powers

Section 2: Training Quality TeachersTeacher Education and PreK–18 Collaboration: Assessing Impact on Student Achievement

2002

Section 3: Alternative Routes to Teacher Certification New Jersey’s Alternate Route to Teacher Certification

Leo Klagholz

Section 3: Alternative Routes to Teacher Certification New Jersey’s Alternate Route to Teacher Certification

2002

Section 3: Alternative Routes to Teacher Certification What the Massachusetts Institute for New Teachers (MINT) Looks Like in the Field

Orin Gutlerner
Erin Gruwell
Karen Terrell

Section 3: Alternative Routes to Teacher Certification What the Massachusetts Institute for New Teachers (MINT) Looks Like in the Field

2002

Section 4: Recruiting Quality TeachersThe New Teacher Project

Michelle Rhee

Section 4: Recruiting Quality TeachersThe New Teacher Project

2002

Section 4: Recruiting Quality TeachersTroops to Teachers: A Profile of Education in Action

George G.Willett

Section 4: Recruiting Quality TeachersTroops to Teachers: A Profile of Education in Action

2002

Section 4: Recruiting Quality TeachersTeacher Recruitment in California: Scaling Up and Diversifying

Nancy Brownell
Kris Marubayashi
Jeanette Loaiza

Section 4: Recruiting Quality TeachersTeacher Recruitment in California: Scaling Up and Diversifying

2002