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“There you go again”

Proposed new rules on teacher preparation will create more problems than they solve…. Read More

Boosting the number of male teachers of color

Minority-serving institutions play a key role in boosting the number of male teachers of color…. Read More

Bilingual education and the role of minority-serving institutions

teacher education and certification programs are at the core of improving bilingual education…. Read More

Minority-serving institutions can diversify teaching workforce

Minority-serving institutions can play a vital role is creating a more diversified teaching workforce…. Read More

Stepping up to the profession

Now is the time to explore how to create a teacher residency program modeled after medical preparation…. Read More

In pursuit of her calling

By Mollie Miller

I first found out about the FEA when I was a freshman in high school. My older sister was involved with the school’s FEA chapter as well as president of the FEA’s state board. In my sophomore year I joined the school’s chapter. My first experience — around… Read More

“Bogus” teacher prep ratings and Zagats

The National Center for Teaching Quality’s evaluation of teacher education programs represents poor research on a significant topic in education…. Read More

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