• Update on the Refreshed ISLLC Standards

    Written by Kathleen / 7 days ago / 0 Comments

    Categories: Leader Evaluation, Licensure, Leadership

    CCSSO appreciates the feedback that we have received on the DRAFT ISLLC Standards that were released for public comment. We are using the comments received and other feedback to continue to strengthen the standards, ensure that they are transformational, assist states with policies that support education leaders, and inform today's education leaders about what they need to know and be able to do to be successful.  We anticipate releasing the 2015 ISLLC Standards at the State Consortium on Educator Effectiveness Summit in April. Thank you for your patience as we work to update the standards. For additional information, please contact Kathleen ..

  • Reauthorization of ESEA: Committee Hearings Start Today

    Written by Holly / 8 days ago / 0 Comments

    Categories: About SCEE/CCSSO, NCLB/ESEA

    The Senate HELP Committee has two committee meetings posted. The first one is today. "Fixing No Child Left Behind: Testing and Accountability" will be held at 9:30 AM Eastern. The second full committee hearing on reauthorization of ESEA, "Fixing No Child Left Behind: Supporting Teachers and School Leaders," will be held Tuesday, January 27th at 10 AM Eastern. The witnesses testifying today are listed below. The list of witnesses for the hearing on supporting teachers and school leaders has not yet been published. I've also included CCSSO's Priorities for the Reauthorization of ESEA for your reference below. To stream ..

  • Finalists for National Teacher of the Year Announced

    Written by Holly / 14 days ago / 0 Comments

    Categories: About SCEE/CCSSO, Members to Mention

    Congratulations to Alabama, Hawaii, Indiana, and Texas! These states are the home of our four finalists for National Teacher of the Year, who were announced today. Click here to see the announcement. Each finalists' packet is linked to the announcement and includes their professional biography, community involvement, philosophy of teaching, position on education issues and trends, work to strengthen the profession, and message.

    Announcements about the National Teacher of the Year Program always make me so proud of the profession and proud of CCSSO's commitment to publicly recognizing excellence in teaching. Ann Marie Corgill, Catherine Caine, Kathy Nimmer, and Shanna Peeples ..

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