Nation's Biggest Teacher-Prep School Revamps Training
Arizona State undergraduates must prove classroom mastery
School after school in the Phoenix area has a banner hanging on the side of the building: iTeachAZ .
It's shorthand for Arizona State University's new flagship undergraduate teacher education program, which integrates several high-profile—and hotly debated—reforms to teacher preparation today.
Under the program, which debuted formally this school year, ASU requires a yearlong student-teaching apprenticeship for all undergraduate education majors, during which time they must demonstrate mastery of specific teaching skills as measured by...
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