publication . Article . 2005

Sharing the Wealth:National Board Certified Teachers and the Students Who Need Them Most

Daniel C. Humphrey; Julia E. Koppich; Heather J. Hough;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Mar 2005 Journal: Education Policy Analysis Archives (issn: 1068-2341, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Arizona State University
Abstract
It is a commonly understood problem in education that many highly qualified teachers tend to gravitate toward higher performing schools, including schools with lower minority enrollments and lower incidence of poverty. This article explores the distribution of a subset of teachers, namely, those who are National Board Certified. To what extent do these teachers' assignment choices mirror the pattern of their non-Board Certified colleagues and to what extent are they different? Part of a larger study of Board Certified Teachers in lower performing schools, the article examines the distribution of NBCTs in the six states with the largest number of them'California,...
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