Harder to be a teacher in America

Jose Maria Cabrera (Montevideo) and Dinand Webbink (Erasmus): Do Higher Salaries Yield Better Teachers and Better Student Outcomes? Johanna S. Quinn and Myra Marx Ferree (Wisconsin): Schools as Workplaces: Intersectional Regimes of Inequality. There is no teacher shortage: The problem isn’t that there are too few teachers, it’s that states are unwilling to pay the market rate. “An expensive experiment”: Gates teacher-effectiveness program shows no gains for students. The Gates Foundation’s big-data experiment wasn’t just a failure — it did real harm. It’s getting harder to be a teacher in America.