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Frequently Reassigning Teachers Limits Their Improvement

Experienced teachers make a difference in student performance, but their experience matters most if they have continued to teach the same grade, according to a new study. Students whose teachers have not switched grades show greater improvement in test scores than students in similar classrooms with equally experienced teachers who switched grades frequently.
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