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What Do Teachers Want?

Teachers aren't being heard in education reform policy debates, but they should be, writes Professor Jeff Henig, guest-blogging for Rick Hess on Edweek.org. Reformers should ask teachers "how various reform initiatives bear upon their sense of accomplishment, pride, and long-term commitment to the field," Henig says.
Teachers aren't being heard in education reform policy debates, but they should be, writes Professor Jeff Henig, guest-blogging for Rick Hess on Edweek.org. Reformers should ask teachers "how various reform initiatives bear upon their sense of accomplishment, pride, and long-term commitment to the field," Henig says.

LINK:  What Do Teachers Want?

Published Monday, Jul. 25, 2011

What Do Teachers Want?

Teachers aren't being heard in education reform policy debates, but they should be, writes Professor Jeff Henig, guest-blogging for Rick Hess on Edweek.org. Reformers should ask teachers "how various reform initiatives bear upon their sense of accomplishment, pride, and long-term commitment to the field," Henig says.

LINK:  What Do Teachers Want?

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