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Issues in Teacher Education, v24 n1 p93-99 Spr 2015

In 2001, the California Council on the Education of Teachers (CCET), the State of California Association of Teacher Educators (SCATE), and the California Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (CACTE) became a single merged organization--the California Council on Teacher Education (CCTE). As the last president of CACTE, Andrea Maxie was honored to be a part of the deliberations and discussions that resulted in what many organization members hailed as a new era in teacher education in California. Never did she expect to be nominated for the post of CCTE President, but the nomination came and she accepted the challenge. She was elected President of CCTE and, from 2002-2004, worked with an extraordinary Board of Directors, executive secretary, and journal editorial team, to lead CCTE as it entered the early years of its transformation within a context of the prevailing transformation of teacher education in California. This article examines the significant issues and challenges confronting CCTE in 2002-to-2004, and the accomplishments and organizational change that continue to characterize CCTE as a transformative community of practice. It concludes with implications of CCTE's organizational change for teacher education in California.

Descriptors: Teacher Education, Teacher Associations, Organizational Change, Organizational Effectiveness, Organizational Objectives, Organizational Theories, Communities of Practice, Educational Change, Educational Practices

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Author: Maxie, Andrea

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=750&id=EJ1065264



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