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Teachers Colleges: The Weakest Link Part 2

Building off of his piece last week, Marc Tucker looks at how the economics of higher education and lacking state governance combine to weaken schools of education.

The Early Advantage: Early Childhood Systems That Lead by Example

This new, landmark study finds that Australia, England, Finland, Hong Kong, South Korea and Singapore are pioneering new but remarkably different visions for early childhood education and care.

NCEE President to Step Down

NCEE President and CEO Marc Tucker will step down at the end of this year. Global education expert Anthony Mackay will succeed Tucker as NCEE’s new President and CEO.

Empowered Educators
EMPOWERED EDUCATORS

From lead-researcher Linda Darling-Hammond comes this groundbreaking international comparative study of teaching quality in the world’s top-performing education systems. Click to learn more about the findings, further resources and our series of in-depth webinars.

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NCEE NCEE @CtrEdEcon RT @CtrEdEcon: Teachers Colleges as the Weakest Link: Part 2 "If the school of education has a customer, it is probably the superintendent… 4 days ago
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NCEE NCEE @CtrEdEcon Marc Tucker explores how the economics of teacher education thwart efforts to raise admissions standards at schools… https://t.co/MfB7CmjStx 6 days ago
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NCEE NCEE @CtrEdEcon RT @CtrEdEcon: Teachers Colleges as the Weakest Link: Part 2 - https://t.co/lTmlDWHrst 6 days ago
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NCEE NCEE @CtrEdEcon Teachers Colleges as the Weakest Link: Part 2 - https://t.co/lTmlDWHrst 1 week ago
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