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Low-Income Miami-Dade Schools Frustrated by Teacher Choices

Low-Income Miami-Dade Schools Frustrated by Teacher Choices

Miami-Dade’s lowest income schools are being populated by first-year teachers, those who have high absentee rates and those who have some of the district’s lowest evaulation scores according to an analysis performed by the National Council for Teacher Quality¬†(NCTQ). Reporting for WUSF, John O’Conner says that the Washington-based organization used student data and school data [...] Read More

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