Recent years have seen an increasingly difficult environment for America’s teachers; half now leave the profession within five years. These difficulties in retaining quality teachers only makes the existing problems of educational inequality experienced by poor black and Hispanic students worse. So how can teachers help to address poverty’s negative impact on education? In new research which covers thousands […]
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