The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) has scheduled a Self-Study workshop. read more »
Rothstein’s research is certainly not the final word on the subject, and his study comes with some caveats. The first, as mentioned earlier, is that his findings are not causal. It could be, for example, that whatever is going on in places where children are more likely to rise up the economic ladder, like Salt Lake City and San Jose, have low-income families that have some other unidentified characteristic—such as different parenting styles—that affects their children’s lives. It’s possible these families produce economically successful children for reasons that have nothing to do with where they live.
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Christopher Drew covers military technology for The Times.
In Finland teachers are the most trusted and admired professionals next to doctors, in part because they are required to have a master's degree in education with specialisation in research and classroom practice.