How Research Can Inform Efforts to Recruit and Retain High-Quality Teachers

@inproceedings{OKeefe2001HowRC,
  title={How Research Can Inform Efforts to Recruit and Retain High-Quality Teachers},
  author={Sj Joseph M. O’Keefe},
  year={2001}
}
Politicians, policy analysts, professors of education, and practitioners agree that U.S. schools face a serious challenge as they seek highly qualified teachers. In the next 10 years, the nation will experience at least 2 million faculty openings in elementary and secondary education. Research can inform the policies and practices that will be put into place to address the problem. This article highlights studies that describe the contours of the teacher shortage and reviews research about… CONTINUE READING

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