February 12, 1997
Vol. 16, Issue 20
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PAGE 46, 48-49 - Commentary
Part I of this two-part essay addressed an irony: teachers ill-prepared and casually admitted into teaching and then subjected to harsh measures of accountability.
PAGE 47 - Commentary
- A Teacher's Legacy
- Inherently Unequal?
- Territory Manager USA, North America
- Bright Advertising, New York City, New York
- Teachers Needed at Top International Schools in China & Hong Kong! All Grades/Subjects
- Edvectus, China (CN)
- School Bus Driver
- Madison Highland Prep, Phoenix, Arizona
- Assistant Superintendent of Data, Intervention and Supports
- Kirkwood School District, Saint Louis, Missouri
- ESE Teacher
- Duval County Public Schools, Jacksonville, Florida
PAGE 64 - Commentary
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