Successful high-poverty schools have solved something that I call The Education Paradox, which goes like this:

We know from both research and common sense that good teachers are crucially important for children’s education. But common sense also tells us that it is impossible for any one individual teacher to possibly know all the content and pedagogy necessary to teach all things to all children. Thus no one teacher — no matter how expert — can do everything we need teachers to do.

How do successful schools solve that paradox?

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