High-poverty, minority schools likely to have more U-rated teachers
New York teachers who received poor performance ratings during their previous work year are more likely to be found working in high-poverty and high-minority schools, revealed data in a new report titled: "Unsatisfactory: The Distribution of Teacher Quality in New York City." This might be indicative of a national trend. According to the research presented by StudentsFirstNY, the top 10 percent of 1,509 schools involved in the research had approximately 19 percent of teachers who were rated unsatisfactory.
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