What We’re Watching: Expanding Access to Great Teachers



By Education Next 02/19/2014

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Since not all educators are equally effective, is there a way to ensure that more students have access to the best in the field—especially our most disadvantaged students?

On Thursday, Feb. 20, the Fordham Institute hosted a forum to present Michael Hansen’s findings in Right-Sizing the Classroom: Making the Most of Great Teachers, which looks into adjusting class size based on a teacher’s ability.

The forum was moderated by Michael Petrilli and included discussants Jean-Claude Brizard, Senior Advisor, College Board; Linda Donaldson Guidi, Instructional Coach and Teacher in Nashua, N.H.; and Bryan C. Hassel, Co-Director, Public Impact.

—Education Next




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