A Qualified Teacher in Every Classroom?: Appraising Old Answers and New Ideas

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This book lays out new approaches for ensuring high-quality teacher preparation.
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This collection of ten essays explores the debate concerning the link (or lack thereof) between teacher preparation and teacher quality. New importance has been accorded the topic since the federal No Child Left Behind legislation in January 2002, and the goal of this volume is "to move beyond impassioned rhetoric by presenting fresh research on key elements of the teacher-quality challenge and by posing next-generation models of reform." The first section of the book assesses political, policy, and research considerations; the second section addresses the long-standing debate concerning the necessary qualifications for licensed teachers; and the last section proposes new methods by which states could ensure teacher quality. Each well-crafted essay averages 30 pages, with extensive endnotes, and is directed to those actively engaged in this field or doing research on the topic-not the general reader. Recommended only for large academic or public libraries with significant holdings in education.-Ari Sigal, Catawba Valley Community Coll. Lib., Hickory, NC Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781891792205
  • Publisher: Harvard Education Publishing Group (H E P G)
  • Publication date: 4/1/2004
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 180

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Ch. 1 Back to the future : the history and politics of state teacher licensure and certification 11
Ch. 2 The shift from hands-off : the federal role in supporting and defining teacher quality 49
Ch. 3 Why do we license teachers? 81
Ch. 4 Assessing traditional teacher preparation : evidence from a survey of graduate and undergraduate programs 101
Ch. 5 Preparing tomorrow's teachers : an analysis of syllabi from a sample of America's schools of education 119
Ch. 6 The preparation and recruitment of teachers : a labor-market framework 149
New models of teacher licensure 173
Ch. 7 Model 1. Cultivating quality in teaching : a brief for professional standards 177
Ch. 8 Model 2. Cultivating success through multiple providers : a new state strategy for improving the quality of teacher preparation 201
Ch. 9 Model 3. A candidate-centered model for teacher preparation and licensure 223
Ch. 10 Model 4. Improving academic performance in U.S. public schools : why teacher licensing is (almost) irrelevant 255
Conclusion 279
Notes 285
About the contributors 327
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