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Kirsten Taylor

After practicing law in New York City for five years, Kirsten J. Taylor recently returned to the field of education. She has previously worked for the U.S. Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources and for the Boston Plan for Excellence.

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By / 12.3.2009

How does a school or school district consistently attract, develop, and retain effective teachers? If you can answer this, you’ll not only boost your chances of receiving some Race to the Top funds — you’ll also put to rest one of the hotly debated topics in education today. A recent report from Education Sector, titled […]