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How can districts identify what professional development works?
D.C. Public Schools recommits itself to giving teachers the support they need.
A static approach to teacher preparation won't get us to where we want to be.
When experienced teachers push themselves to continue learning, students benefit.
A unique residency to recruit and train local student-teachers to fill high need subject areas.
If California's tenure laws hurt kids, why doesn't the state feel obligated to fix the problem?
How did Newark overhaul teacher pay to retain top teachers?
New evaluation systems are working, and the sky isn't falling.
States play a critical role in improving teacher development.
Some of what we've heard after taking The Mirage around the country.
Leaders in education reflect on 2015 and forecast 2016.
A charter network's unique approach to professional development.
What else can we try with teacher prep?
Preparing new teachers for long-term success.
A call for teachers to take charge of their development.
A response to a recent critique of The Mirage.
True improvement is hard and requires honest reflection.
The mirage of teacher improvement remains hazy.