Not Prepared for Class: High Poverty Schools Continue to Have Fewer In-Field Teachers

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Nearly a decade after federal law was enacted to ensure that low-income students and students of color had a fair shot at being assigned to strong teachers, students in high-poverty schools are still disproportionately taught by out-of-field and rookie teachers.

Publication date: 
November 18 2010