This summer another elite brigade of recent college graduates will set out to fix
In 2003 the organization formed a "research advisory board" of five experts in the field, including Susan H. Fuhrman, president of
The organization has asked the advisory board how best to research its teachers' effectiveness, how to recruit better teachers, and how to improve their training. "We've advised them on how to be reflective," says Ms. Fuhrman, "how to gather evidence about their procedures so they can make improvements as they go along."
This article appeared in the June 21, 2007 edition of the Chronicle of Higher of Education.previous page