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From the Current Issue:
What Role Do Hunches Play in Professional Learning Communities?
The Tempered Radical blog, Center for Teaching Quality, January 10, 2014
Kentucky Teachers Learn from Each Other in PLCs
A Kentucky high-school principal and teachers have turned around their struggling school by focusing on data to determine student understanding and meeting in professional learning communities. The Courier-Journal, January 21, 2014
The Principal's Role in Supporting Educator Collaboration
Is Teacher Education a Disaster?
NCTE member Mike Rose writes in his third and final piece in the series (read part one, "Why Educating the Educators Is Complex," and part 2, "What's Right -- and Very Wrong -- with the Teacher Education Debate"). The Answer Sheet blog, The Washington Post, January 13, 2014
The Conference on English Education of NCTE has established NCTE/NCATE Standards for Initial Preparation of Teachers of Secondary English Language Arts, Grades 7-12, and works with CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation) to evaluate programs using these standards.
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