Peter Goff: Introduction to Educator Labor Markets

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Introduction to Educator Labor Markets

University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor Peter Goff leads viewers through the first Cool Thinking on Hot Topics series on labor markets in education. Goff begins with an introduction to the current way in which problems are solved in education, and suggests a shift in paradigm to help improve the challenges facing education today.

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Tesla DuBois
Thanks for this great intro to the video series!
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Lois Weiner
Peter Goff's analysis of why high-poverty schools are "hard to staff" omits research we have about the conditions teachers who leave these schools give for their decisions. Factors beyond individual teacher characteristics needs to be addressed for a stable solution.
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