1. Many students in our low-income partner schools enter the school year several years below grade level. Should educators hold these students to the same expectations as their more affluent peers? Explain why or why not.
2. How much academic growth is reasonable to expect a low-income student who is academically behind to make in one year? For example, if you were a 3rd grade teacher and a student came to you at a 1st grade level, where would you expect them to be academically by the end of 3rd grade?
3. Why do you think so many students in low-income public schools are struggling or sometimes even failing? Why haven’t many schools in low-income communities had excellent academic results?
4. Why would you want to work in a Title I school?
5. Assume you are the leader of a school and you are tasked with evaluating your teaching staff. Name three things that would tell you whether a teacher you are evaluating is, in fact, an effective teacher.
Also, I just want your opinion, what would you think would be an appropriate salary for a first time teaching position in the Phoenix area?
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