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Following the Money digs into how the system for funding teacher preparation fuels a host of shortcomings: subpar routes to teaching, inadequate practice before entering the classroom, shortages in high need areas, underprepared teachers. Following the Money finds that financial barriers limit our ability to grow to a universally high-quality teacher preparation system, calling for a stronger knowledge base about the economics of teacher preparation to understand how we can realize the quality we need.
teacher preparation, teaching, economics, economics of education, teacher residencies, funding, finance, education funding
Education Economics | Higher Education | Higher Education and Teaching | Other Teacher Education and Professional Development | Teacher Education and Professional Development
DeMoss, K. (2018). Following the Money: Exploring Residency Funding through the Lens of Economics. . Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/faculty-staff/16