N.Y. Times: "Next test: value of $125,000-a-year teachers
By ELISSA GOOTMAN
So what kind of teachers could a school get if it paid them $125,000 a year?
An accomplished violist who infuses her music lessons with the neuroscience of why one needs to practice, and creatively worded instructions like, "Pass the melody gently, as if it were a bowl of Jell-O!"
A self-described “explorer” from Arizona who spent three decades honing her craft at public, private, urban and rural schools.
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