Teaching Inequality: How Poor and Minority Students Are Shortchanged on Teacher Quality
By: Heather Peske, Kati Haycock, Education Trust
Published: 01/06/2006
Uploaded: 05/14/2018
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Tags: NY State School Finance Reform, Published Papers and Books, Published Report

Description/Abstract: The report found that one in five teachers in New York's high-poverty secondary schools (grades 9-12) is not trained in the core academic subjects they are teaching. In contrast, in New York's wealthier schools, just three percent of teachers are not teaching in their subjects of expertise.