Developing And Maintaining A High-quality Teacher Force: Hearing Before The Committee On Education And The Workforce, U.s. House Of Representatives
Witnesses: Emily Feistritzer, Executive Director, Center for Educational Information, Wash., DC; Katrina Robertson Reed, Associate Superintendent for Administrative Services, District of Columbia Public Schools, Wash., DC; Robert Strauss, Professor of Economics and Public Policy, The H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA; Beverly Young, Associate Director for Teacher Education and K-12 Programs, California State University, Long Beach, CA; and Marci Kanstoroom, Research Director, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, and Research Fellow, Manhattan Institute, Washington, DC.
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