Solving the Teacher Shortage Can’t (by Itself) Solve the Learning Shortage

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark President Biden recently announced plans to fund efforts to address the shortage of teachers, a situation that has been building for many years and accelerated because of the pandemic. There is no question that the nation needs a larger, better trained and more diverse group of teachers. But having all the teachers we need can’t “fix” learning and believing that it can largely ignores what the science and the research tell us about student outcomes. To fix learning, it is important to remember that Cognitive skills are the foundation for learning. These are the skills that determine […]

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