Leading from the Classroom: Insights from the 2016 Teachers of the Year
In this episode, Nate Bowling, a government teacher at Abraham Lincoln High School in Tacoma, Washington, tells us how we should support new teachers to help them stay and flourish in the classroom.
We know from research – and I tell audiences in every opportunity that I get – that the number one in-school factor impacting student achievement is the effectiveness of the teacher in the classroom. The constant turnover of teachers, particularly at high-poverty schools, creates a revolving door and it robs our neediest students.
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