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Dig Deeper: Teacher Supply in the US

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Host Andrew Xu sits down once again with Jessica Grose, an opinion writer for The New York Times. They discuss the negative effects of pandemic-induced school closures, the increased prominence of grade inflation in schools, and other contributors to teacher demoralization in the United States.

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"The Rise and Fall of the Teaching Profession" from The Annenberg Institute

"Has School Become Optional?" by Alec MacGillis, The New Yorker

"People Don’t Want to Be Teachers Anymore. Can You Blame Them?" by Jessica Grose, The New York Times

"The pandemic's lesson on teacher licensure" by Matt Yglesias, Slow Boring

"Don’t Ditch Standardized Tests. Fix Them." by Jessica Grose, The New York Times

"Congress Isn’t a Schoolyard. Time to Deal With Toxic Immaturity." by Jessica Grose, The New York Times

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Host Andrew Xu sits down once again with Jessica Grose, an opinion writer for The New York Times. They discuss the negative effects of pandemic-induced school closures, the increased prominence of grade inflation in schools, and other contributors to teacher demoralization in the United States.

References

"The Rise and Fall of the Teaching Profession" from The Annenberg Institute

"Has School Become Optional?" by Alec MacGillis, The New Yorker

"People Don’t Want to Be Teachers Anymore. Can You Blame Them?" by Jessica Grose, The New York Times

"The pandemic's lesson on teacher licensure" by Matt Yglesias, Slow Boring

"Don’t Ditch Standardized Tests. Fix Them." by Jessica Grose, The New York Times

"Congress Isn’t a Schoolyard. Time to Deal With Toxic Immaturity." by Jessica Grose, The New York Times

  continue reading

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