Teacher Preparation

Teacher training programs are facing profound challenges. Enrollment in traditional programs is down while alternative routes to the classroom proliferate. Amidst a growing call for raising the quality of the U.S. teaching force, The Hechinger Report is examining whether teachers are being adequately prepared. See all our Special Reports

Lori Smith (left) and Heather Hobbs (right), two teacher leaders in the Kingsport City Schools district, participate in a Common Core training session in Kingsport, Tenn.

Three ways technology can supercharge teacher training

Here are the methods that that work as well on video as in person

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Who should be in charge of licensing Mississippi’s teachers?

Task force calls for independent board to take on that role

Four reasons why there’s no substitute for classroom time in teacher training

The shortfalls of FIFA soccer, Madden NFL equivalents

What should new teachers know before they set foot in a classroom?

States turn to the experts: Teachers themselves

Arkansas schools hire untrained teachers as people lose interest in the profession

Davida Wells is a 22 year-old biology teacher. CREDIT SARAH WHITES-KODITSCHEK / ARKANSAS PUBLIC MEDIA This story was produced by Arkansas Public Media and is reprinted…

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