ERIC Number: EJ748223
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Publication Date: 2005
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A Comparison of Student Test Results: Business and Marketing Education National Board Certified Teachers and Non-National Board Certified Teachers
Rouse, William Jr.; Hollomon, Harold L., Jr.
Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, v47 n3 p128-142 Fall 2005
The underlying question for the educational community is to determine the effect of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards on creating a higher quality professional who, in turn, imparts knowledge so that their students are better educated to compete in a global economy. Thus, does the attainment of National Board Certification by business and marketing secondary teachers transfer to increased academic performance by their students on high stakes accountability testing? Regardless of the type of licensure or certification of their teachers, secondary school pupils perform comparably on North Carolina VOCATS tests.
Descriptors: Test Results, Business Education, Teacher Certification, National Standards, Academic Achievement, Professional Development, Comparative Analysis, Teacher Effectiveness
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Identifiers - Location: North Carolina