Sunday, January 25, 2009

Commission recommends Professional Pathways for Alabama teachers

The Governor's Commission on Quality Teaching has recommended creating "Professional Pathways for Alabama Teachers," which would allow educators to advance professionally without moving on to administrative roles. Teachers interested in additional responsibilities could apply to the state to be a "professional teacher," "master teacher" or "learning designer" -- allowing teachers to become mentors, assist in curriculum development or be exposed to other opportunities. Montgomery Advertiser (Ala.)
I am optimistic that we are going to have this for DC teachers very very soon.

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