Out of the Lecture Hall and Into the Classroom: 1992-93 College Graduates and Elementary/Secondary School Teaching with Essay on Undergraduate Academic Experiences




In the early 1980s, two concerns about elementary and secondary school teachers drew the attention of policymakers and the public at large: the supply of teachers, particularly whether the United States would experience a shortage of teachers; and the academic ability and qualifications of those who became teachers. Some warned that fewer talented college graduates were entering or remaining in teaching than in previous generations, and that in the face of shortages schools would be forced to hire less qualified teachers in order to fill classrooms. Others were less concerned with a shortage of teachers than with teacher qualifications, particularly in light of school reform efforts. Did teachers have the knowledge and skills necessary to teach the material reformers demanded in the ways that reformers wanted.



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