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The best programs draw people who majored as undergraduates in the subjects they wanted to teach; focus on extensive clinical practice rather than on classroom theory; are selective in choosing their applicants rather than treating students as a revenue stream; and use data about how their students fare as teachers to assess and revise their practice.

via Teachers – Will We Ever Learn? – NYTimes.com.

Good article – if you do just a little bit of reading about the system in Finland, you’ll get the sense that we could do a lot better.

Categories: Education.

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