Report: Investing in teachers key to school reform

01/24/2013 | Bridge Magazine (Lansing, Mich.)

Most Michigan residents say that investing in increased training, professional development and evaluations for teachers is the best approach to reforming K-12 education, according to a report from the Center for Michigan. "It's not about pouring money into it -- it's about building more supports and systems, and building capacities of local schools to do that," said Amber Arellano, executive director of Education Trust-Midwest, an education reform group that recommends teacher mentors, professional learning communities and National Board Certification for teachers.

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Bridge Magazine (Lansing, Mich.)

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