SECTQSoutheast Center for Teaching Quality (Hillsborough, NC)
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In its research on schools in the Southeast, SECTQ found that educators need more knowledge of and support for working with an increasingly diverse population of students - especially English-language learners.
The SECTQ research has revealed that, in the absence of a comprehensive vision of teacher development, most states are simply tweaking license definitions in order to maximize the number of teachers that they can designate as highly qualified.
Smith Reynolds Foundations, the Southeast Center for Teaching Quality (SECTQ) conducted site visits in four states, 12 districts, and 24 high-need schools, especially those in rural and urban areas that are struggling to recruit and retain teachers.