TQB: Teacher Quality Bulletin


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On August 20th, NCTQ released a report on the widespread inequality in access to the most experienced and effective teachers in Miami-Dade Public Schools. The study, Unequal Access, Unequal Results, found that students in voting districts 1 and 2—which are primarily African American and low-income—are far more likely to lack access to the teachers they need to succeed in comparison to the rest of the school district. In fact, almost two-thirds of all first-year teachers in Miami-Dade are concentrated in these voting districts, which also happen to have the lowest percentage of teachers rated as highly effective.

To download the report, click here.