• Study of Teacher Preparation Experiences and Early Teacher Effectiveness

    Written by Naz / 9 days ago / 0 Comments

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    The Study of Teacher Preparation Experiences and Early Teacher Effectiveness (TPREP), a national study sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, will examine the relationship between teacher preparation experiences and early teacher effectiveness. The study is being conducted by Abt Associates, in partnership with Education Analytics. This study aims to provide new knowledge about how to improve teacher preparation and, as a result, teacher quality. The study will obtain information from teachers about their preparation experiences via a one-time web-based survey and measure relationships between these experiences and teachers' effectiveness in their first year as full-time classroom ..

  • Joint Policy Webinar: Key Strategies for Effective Educational Leadership Policy

    Written by Naz / 9 days ago / 0 Comments

    Categories: About SCEE/CCSSO, Webinars, Leadership

    Webinar Details (No need to pre-register) 

    Thursday, October 9
    3 PM Eastern
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    How can policy initiatives strengthen the principal pipeline and effective leadership? Please join CCSSO, NASBE, NCSL, and NGA at 3:00 p.m. EST on October 9 to discuss this question and,

    • Why laws and regulations offer an effective entry way into leadership capacity building,
    • How to strengthen state momentum on educational leadership issues, and
    • Opportunities in which various policy partners can collaborate to move educational leadership issues and policies forward.

    Recently, USED deepened its commitment to assuring all students have access ..

  • Podcast: ISLLC Refresh Committee Members Provide Insight

    Written by Site / on 09/16/2014 / 0 Comments

    Categories: Standards, About SCEE/CCSSO, Leadership

    This year marks the first time since 2008 that the ISLLC (Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium) standards were updated. The consortium introduced the standards in 1996 and modestly updated them in 2008. Incorporated into the revise is the latest knowledge about effective leadership and an increased emphasis on the social and emotional aspects of learning.

    Click here to view the draft refreshed education leader standards

    Representatives from several ISLLC Refresh committees--James Cibulka, Michelle D. Young, and Joseph Murphy--address areas of the refresh in this PODCAST. Their commentary touches on why a new version is essential, the need to adjust standards ..

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