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Reinhardt, M. J.; Moses, T.; Arkansas, K.; Ormson, B.; Ward, G. K. – National Comprehensive Center at Westat, 2020
For educators to more fully comprehend the issues surrounding the current state of affairs regarding tribal consultation and sovereignty in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) education, it is necessary to provide a socio-historical context. This brief provides information on the evolution of Native education, from its precolonial roots to…
Descriptors: American Indians, Alaska Natives, Tribal Sovereignty, American Indian Education
Coggshall, Jane G.; Rasmussen, Claudette; Colton, Amy; Milton, Jessica; Jacques, Catherine – National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, 2012
State and district leaders across the country are working intensely to respond to legislation calling for revised teacher evaluation systems that incorporate multiple measures of student learning and teacher practice. Whether through strengthened accountability or more formative support, the primary goal of this work is the continuous improvement…
Descriptors: Teacher Evaluation, Teacher Effectiveness, Faculty Development, Public Policy
Behrstock-Sherratt, Ellen; Biggers, Kietha; Fetters, Jenni – National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, 2012
With many efforts underway across the United States, state education agency (SEA) leaders have the opportunity to utilize the expertise of their contacts in other SEAs and regional comprehensive centers (RCCs) in their region and throughout the country to exchange ideas and share the lessons they have learned about involving stakeholders in…
Descriptors: Educational Finance, Stakeholders, Evaluation Methods, Teaching Methods
National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, 2012
In response to federal initiatives such as Race to the Top (RTTT), Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) flexibility waiver requests, and the Teacher Incentive Fund competition, states have made dramatic changes in their policies related to teacher evaluation during the past three years. Historically, teacher evaluation systems have been…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, English (Second Language), Feedback (Response), Second Language Learning
Goe, Laura; Holdheide, Lynn – National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, 2011
The growing need for more information about measuring teachers' contributions to student learning growth, particularly in nontested subjects and grades, is the impetus for this Research & Policy Brief. Although the research base in this area is disappointingly limited, the brief includes considerations and suggestions based on current models…
Descriptors: Teacher Evaluation, Instructional Effectiveness, Teacher Effectiveness, School Districts
National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, 2011
Teacher effectiveness, equitable distribution, and teacher preparation are inextricably linked. Recognizing that evidence-based practices account for at least part of the effects of teachers on achievement and the critical role of teacher preparation, the TQ Center (National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality) offers innovation…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Evidence, Guidelines, Innovation
Holdheide, Lynn R.; Goe, Laura; Croft, Andrew; Reschly, Daniel J. – National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, 2010
Current emphasis on teacher effectiveness in educational policy poses a challenge for the evaluation of special education teachers and English language learner (ELL) specialists. Most evaluation systems focus on student achievement and teacher practice; however, few systems have the capacity to differentiate among specialty area educators, address…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Special Education Teachers, Educational Policy, Special Education
Potemski, Amy – National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, 2009
According to Section 2141(c) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), local education agencies (LEAs) that fail to meet annual measurable objectives and make adequate yearly progress (AYP) for three consecutive years must enter into an agreement with the state education agency…
Descriptors: Federal Legislation, Educational Improvement, Federal Programs, School Districts