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Teachers' Domain, Transforming Education in Kentucky: Module 3, published May 18, 2011, retrieved on ,
Great Teachers and Great LeadersStudents need great teachers. Quality teaching is widely recognized as the single most important determinant of student success. Research has proven that neither class size nor per pupil funding matter as much as teacher effectiveness in driving achievement.
•What are the characteristics of a great teacher?
•How will a teacher’s classroom effectiveness be measured?
•And how do we ensure that Kentucky teachers receive the training and support they need to be great?
Module 3 explores the answers to these questions and the impact of Senate Bill 1 on teachers and principals.
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