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May 11, 2012

Teacher Performance Assessment Under Scrutiny

A new teacher-licensing test is the target of a critical New York Times column.

May 10, 2012

Has Higher Ed. Ceded Reponsibility for Teacher Quality Control?

A well known education school dean criticizes his field for not tackling program quality.

May 08, 2012

Universities, Districts to Partner on Common-Core Secondary Math

Universities, community colleges, and K-12 districts in 30 states announced plans this week to work together on redesigning secondary mathematics teacher preparation to align to the Common Core State Standards.

April 26, 2012

Program Gives Students an Early Start on Teacher Prep

From guest blogger Hannah Rose Sacks Starting this fall, Mississippi's Ocean Springs High School will offer a two-year academic track for students interested in teaching as a profession, reports WLOX-TV. The program, Teacher Academy, provides firsthand experience and skills-based learning opportun...

April 12, 2012

Deadlocked Negotiators Fail to Reach Consensus on Teacher-Prep Rules

Following a three-hour telephone call with negotiators during which consensus seemed frustratingly out of reach, the U.S. Education Department declined to extend the rulemaking process any further, meaning it will craft the rules on its own.

April 05, 2012

A Last-Minute Reprieve on New Teacher-Prep Rules

Negotiators creating new federal teacher-preparation rules have managed to convince the Education Department to consider giving them a little more time.

April 04, 2012

Down to the Wire on Teacher-Preparation Rulemaking

Negotiators seemed no closer to reaching consensus on new federal teacher-preparation rules, after another bewildering day of discussions that continued to expose fractures among the panelists.

April 03, 2012

Teacher-Prep Rulemaking: Is Consensus in Jeopardy?

The panelists charged with rewriting federal teacher preparation rules faced a grueling day today during which major tension points emerged with little resolution, all of which served to call into question whether they will be able to reach consensus by Thursday.

March 14, 2012

Training of Teacher-Evaluators Examined

Formal training of the principals and other observers conducting teacher evaluations is a complex, necessary, and often overlooked component of the systems, concludes a new paper.

March 08, 2012

Teachers' Assessment Preparation Weak, Advocacy Group Claims

Teachers aren't getting enough formal preparation on how to make use of the reams of assessment data states are generating, contends the National Council on Teacher Quality in a brief released today. For the brief, NCTQ reviewed coursework from a representative sample of 48 teacher-preparation pro...

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