Obstacles and Opportunities: Teacher Workforce Development amid Changes in Public Funding
by Thomas W. Payzant — 2004
There are obstacles to developing and employing an effective pool of teachers, some that can be reduced or eliminated through effective human resources and district management and others that exist beyond the control of schools and their communities. One point is abundantly clear to everyone in education: the quality of a school is directly connected to and dependent on the instructional skills and commitment of its teachers.
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