As Congress wrestles with the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), they have a chance to address the issue of teacher quality, once again, says educator Anthony Cody, who taught science for 18 years in inner-city Oakland and now works with a team of science teacher-coaches that supports novice teachers, for the Washington Post. The Coalition for Teaching Quality--82 organizations representing civil rights, parent, community, disability, and education advocates--have come together to demand that Congress re-commit to the objective that all children should have a well-prepared teacher

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