On this week’s Education Gadfly Show podcast, Carole Basile and Brent Maddin from Arizona State University join Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss how a new team-based staffing model could be good for students and teachers. Then, on the Research Minute, Adam Tyner discusses how selective high school admissions could change if schools looked at more than just test scores.
- Carole and Brent’s team-based teaching project at Arizona State University: Next Education Workforce
- The Next Education Workforce: Team-based staffing models can make schools work better for both learners and educators —Carole Basile and Brent Maddin
- “To improve student outcomes, ask teachers to do fewer things better” —Robert Pondiscio and Jessica Schurz
- “In one giant classroom, four teachers manage 135 kids—and love it” —Hechinger Report
- The study that Adam reviewed on the Research Minute: Marco Pariguana and Maria Elena Ortega-Hesles, “School Choice, Mismatch, and Graduation,” University of Western Ontario (November 2022)
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