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Seeking better teachers, city evaluates local colleges that train them


Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has used data to rate restaurants, track the repair of potholes and close lackluster schools in New York City, reports The New York Times. Now he is bringing his results-oriented approach to an area far outside his usual purview: teacher colleges.  In an effort to shake up institutions that have been criticized as too insular and inert, his administration released scorecards on Wednesday for a dozen teacher-preparation programs in the city. Public and private education schools are being evaluated in various ways, including how many graduates are certified in high-needs areas like special education and whether their teachers have been able to increase student test scores…

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