Access to Effective Teaching for Disadvantaged Students (Interim Report)
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KeywordsEffective Teaching; Teacher Effectiveness; Teacher Distribution; Value Added; Elementary Secondary Education; Economically Disadvantaged; Minority Group; Children; Achievement Gap;
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