Sunday, February 15, 2009

All teachers at California school aim to be NBCTs

Every teacher at a California elementary school is working toward National Board Certification, and five out of 43 have already earned the distinction. Student performance already has improved at Julius Corsini Elementary School, where test scores in 2008 met federal standards for the first time in five-plus years. "I think everyone who went through the process is a better teacher, whether they passed or not," said Edna Byers, who is now National Board Certified. The Desert Sun (Palm Springs, Calif.)

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