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Educational Forum, The, v71 n3 p274-282 Spr 2007

Meeting the requirement for highly qualified teachers as outlined in the No Child Left Behind Act has left school districts in a quandary, especially those that serve a population of students deemed "at-risk" and where attracting and retaining highly qualified teachers is difficult. One professional development program based on recognized strategies for exemplary teaching--the National Board for Professional Teaching Standard's five core propositions--is being tested in one school district in Illinois. This article presents preliminary data regarding the effectiveness of this program. (Contains 5 tables.)

Descriptors: Federal Legislation, National Standards, Program Effectiveness, School Districts, Faculty Development, Change Agents, Educational Change, Teacher Leadership, Teacher Effectiveness, Preservice Teachers, Academic Achievement, Teacher Educators, Teacher Recruitment, Pretests Posttests, Elementary Secondary Education, Reliability, Effect Size, At Risk Persons

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Author: Lieberman, Joyce M.; Walker, David A.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3844&id=EJ763217







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