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18.06.2013

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Are Teachers Being Adequately Trained for the Classroom? Study Says No MP3

A study of 600 American schools conducted by the National Council on Teacher Quality finds new teachers are being inadequately prepared to instruct students. But the report's findings and methodology have come under critique. Jeffrey Brown looks at the study with John Merrow, NewsHour's special correspondent for education. Source: pbs.org

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