ERIC Number: ED076554
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Sep-3
Reference Count: 0
What Has Been and Should Be the Role of State Education Agencies in the Development and Implementation of Teacher Education Programs (Both Pre and Inservice)? A Review and Analysis of Literature.
Daniel, K. Fred; Crenshaw, Joseph W.
This book presents a broad, detailed, and documented discussion of the role of the state in teacher education. The book is divided into three chapters: the role of the state education agencies; the role of the state education agencies as applied to teacher education (which includes discussions of teacher certification and teacher education program approval); and state education in three different states, Washington, Florida and New York, each moving towards changes in teacher education. Each chapter presents the historical background of the subject, with appropriate documentation, and notes pertinent books on the subject as they become relevant in the course of the discussion. There is a selected bibliography. (JA)
Descriptors: State Agencies, State Departments of Education, State Legislation, State Programs, State Standards, Teacher Certification, Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Qualifications
Theodore E. Andrews, Director, Multi-State Consortium on Performance-Based Teacher Education, State Education Dept., 99 Washington Ave., Suite 1941, Albany, N.Y. 12210 (no price quoted)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Bureau of Educational Personnel Development (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Multi-State Consortium on Performance-Based Teacher Education, Albany, NY.