Teacher quality matters. In fact, it is the most important school-related factor influencing student achievement.
The benefits associated with being taught by good teachers are cumulative. Research indicates that the achievement gap widens each year between students with most effective teachers and those with least effective teachers. This suggests that the most significant gains in student achievement will likely be realized when students receive instruction from good teachers over consecutive years.
Imparting education is not a mundane process that is restricted solely to the use of chalk and blackboard. In Renaissance, teachers are not only programmed to simply pass knowledge and facts to the students but also teach them to logically think, reason, ask a question, discover, develop, encourage logical reasoning, independent problems solving skills and to execute every task entrusted to them with efficiency, responsibility, and dedication.