Teacher-effectiveness issues come to the forefront in Wis.

11/8/2010 | Hechinger Report, The

Efforts to improve teacher effectiveness and ensure that teachers are accountable for student learning are under way across the country. In Wisconsin, education officials and teachers unions have been slow to get on board with national reforms but say they are ready to make significant changes to improve outcomes for students. "If we don't get this done through collaboration, there is a strong possibility we will get something shallow, superficial and politically motivated imposed on us," the state's education chief said.

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