Making use of what teachers know and can do: Policy, practice, and national board certification.
Keywords: Board certification teacher certification advanced certification teacher quality
AbstractThis paper is the culmination of a three-year study that sought to frame an initial answer to the question, "What are the circumstances and conditions under which National Board Certified teachers (NBCTs) can have a positive impact on low-performing schools?" The study, funded by Atlantic Philanthropies, was part of the National Board's more comprehensive effort to answer a number of research questions about the impacts of board certification and board certified teachers in schools and districts across the country.
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Koppich, J. E. ., Humphrey, D. C. ., & Hough, H. J. . (2007). Making use of what teachers know and can do: Policy, practice, and national board certification. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 15, 7. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v15n7.2007
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