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Standards and Teacher Quality: Entering the New Millennium
Discusses methods to improve teacher quality in the United States. Training in how to teach which includes development, instructional strategies for various types of learners, assessment and evaluation strategies; Research which has demonstrated that teachers who are fully licensed are more effective than those who are not; History of education and teacher quality assessment, including the creation of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Contributor: Wise, Arthur E., Leibbrand, Jane A.
Date Published: April
Journal/Secondary Title: Phi Delta Kappan
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