N.C. Educators Make Recommendations For Struggling Schools
Posted January 31, 2006
RALEIGH, N.C. — The report is in: the state needs to make better use of current resources to help struggling schools.
The recommendation stemmed from a meeting last year about low-performing and rural schools.
A state educators group presented its study Tuesday in Raleigh. The group said North Carolina needs to find ways to make leaders out of the highest-qualified teachers.
Another suggestion was to create more incentives to bring high-quality teachers to hard-to-staff locations.