Publication Date: September 2007
Publisher: The New Teacher Project
Research Area: Education
Keywords: Milwaukee Education; Public Schools; educational shortcomings
According to this study, the Milwaukee Public Schools and the Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association have made great strides in their joint efforts to create a more effective teacher hiring and evaluation model. However, the school system’s current school staffing and teacher transfer practices continue to cause dissatisfaction among many teachers. It indicates that these shortcomings hamper Milwaukee’s efforts to build, support, and retain a high-quality teaching force, especially in its highest-need schools.
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