It’s no secret, says NEA President. Top-performing countries invest heavily in their students, educators, and schools regardless of socio-economic standing.
Multiple factors—rather than a single one-size-fits-all solution—are needed to help us move up the results ladder, says NEA president.
What can the U.S. learn from systems that truly invest in their teachers?
International tests like PISA have merit, but we can learn more by looking at high-performing states, say experts.
“The U.S. needs to work on equity,” Pasi Sahlberg tells education leaders at NEA.
The world needs more school teachers. A lot of them.
What’s being done right by the countries who are outperforming the US in international tests? Stanford professor Linda Darling-Hammond has an answer.