Would greater independence for teachers result in higher student performance?

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1. Would greater independence for teachers result in higher student performance?

2. Would removal of tenure for teachers result in higher student performance?

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1) Yes and no.

2) Yes and no.

Neither is a necessary factor either way. When combined with other factors, either can have positive or negative effects. In the absence of knowing situations in much more detail, there is no way to predict (except by invalid methods).


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SunBowAuthor Commented:
Done. Over & Out. Onward.                               [ Abandoned (14 Days) ]
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