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‘No-Excuses’ and ‘Progressive’ Schools Are Training New Teachers Very Differently About Race

‘No-Excuses’ and ‘Progressive’ Schools Are Training New Teachers Very Differently About Race

Update: 2020-11-24
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Residencies are the new trend in teacher education. What are they teaching about race? Victoria Thiesen-Homer, a postdoctoral research fellow at Arizona State University’s School of Social Transformation, embedded herself in a no-excuses and a progressive residency school for her new book, “Learning to Connect: Relationships, Race, and Teacher Education."
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‘No-Excuses’ and ‘Progressive’ Schools Are Training New Teachers Very Differently About Race

‘No-Excuses’ and ‘Progressive’ Schools Are Training New Teachers Very Differently About Race

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