Editorial: "Nobody knows what makes a good teacher"

09/22/2006 | Wall Street Journal (free content), The

A new report from the Education Schools Project that blasted teacher training in the U.S. merits notice for its careful methodology and its release at a time when the nation is facing a shortage of almost 200,000 teachers, writes a Wall Street Journal editorial. It says the report's many recommendations won't work until all states collect data to determine what kind of training produces the most effective teachers.

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