Teacher Quality

New Podcasts on Educational Resources & Equity

CPRE Knowledge Hub

CPRE Knowledge Hub and Phi Delta Kappan have joined together to highlight May’s issue of Kappan Magazine and create two quality podcasts. The Research Minutes podcast series invited Kappan contributors to discuss their recent article on educational resources and equity — the causes, the impacts, and the potential solutions.

Ebony Bridwell-Mitchell: How School Partnerships Can Perpetuate Inequalities

Typology of Teacher Leadership Programs | A Scan of U.S. Programs & Initiatives that Support Teachers to Take New and Varied Roles

Research Report
2019

Education leaders are perennially seeking new ways to build the capacity of teachers to enhance learning experiences for all students. Teacher leadership, which we define as teachers’ support of the improvement of teaching and learning beyond their own classroom, has long been a source of interest and experimentation (Wenner & Campbell, 2017; York-Barr & Duke, 2004).

Katharine M. Conn

Senior Research Scientist, CPRE-TC
Teachers College, Columbia University

Katharine Conn is a senior research scientist at the Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE) at Columbia University. Her current research focuses on issues of quality and access in primary and secondary education, teacher retention, alternative teacher preparation programs, school-to-work transitions in developing countries, and the use of meta-analysis in education research.

Thomas B. Corcoran

Senior Research Specialist, CPRE
Teachers College, Columbia University

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