What Can the Teaching Profession Learn from High Performing High Poverty and High Minority Schools? You Might Be Surprised--It's Good News
by Karin Chenoweth - May 11, 2010
The author has spend the last six years identifying and visiting high performing schools with significant populations of children living in poverty and children of color. What she has found is that although teachers in these schools work hard, they find their work invigorating because they are successful. And they are successful because their schools are organized with care to ensure that they do everything right, from discipline to curriculum.
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