Teacher Survey Cites Students' Lack of Readiness

Harp, Lonnie
September 1992
Education Week;9/23/1992, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p11
The article reports on the national survey stating that more than half of all public school teachers think at least a quarter of their students are unprepared for grade-level work in the U.S. The survey, sponsored by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., polled 1,000 teachers on issues of student preparation. The results show that many teachers are satisfied with students' abilities and worry that they are ill equipped to deal with the range of students' problems.


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