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Don’t Forget The Teachers, Says LDH

By Alexander Russo — January 10, 2007 1 min read

“Whatever one thinks about the 5-year-old federal law,” writes Linda Darling-Hammond about NCLB in a commentary from this week’s EdWeek (A Marshall Plan for Teaching), “it’s clear that developing more-skillful teaching is a sine qua non for attaining higher and more equitable achievement for students in the United States.”

UPDATE: Teacher quality could also be addressed through the still-unfinished HEA reauthorization, reminds another EdWeek article.

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