North Carolina public school classrooms are welcoming 1,244 newly-certified National Board teachers according to the 2011 certification results just released by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS).
In this week’s e-Newsletter, read about how CMS fared on the NAEP, results from the superintendent search community forums and a new For Your Consideration about conversation about teacher compensation.
As far as we’re concerned, the salary debate shouldn’t be about too much versus too little; it should be about how compensation levels are determined over time, and what can be done to reward professional growth and excellence in an incredibly challenging, demanding, and utterly essential field.
By Taylor Batten
December 11, 2011
A dangerous enemy threatens America. I’m not talking about al-Qaida, but about another menace just as dangerous as a terrorist in the long run: The utter failure to educate today’s kids, tomorrow’s adults.
In this week’s e-Newsletter, read about the preliminary CMS Superintendent Search online survey report, the academic benefits of consistent parental involvement and a new For Your Consideration featuring Marian Wright Edelman.
How can we expect our children to create a better America if we don’t give them a good education? Cuts being proposed in Washington and in the states and localities around the country may be saving a few dollars on a balance sheet today—but they will cost us dearly tomorrow as a nation.
Read feedback from the Superintendent Search Community Meetings.