The National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality (NCCTQ) is the premier national resource to which the regional comprehensive assistance centers, states, and other education stakeholders turn for strengthening the quality of teachingespecially in high-poverty, low-performing, and hard-to-staff schoolsand for finding guidance in addressing specific needs, thereby ensuring highly qualified teachers are serving students with special needs.
NCCTQ, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, is a collaborative effort of Education Commission of the States, ETS, Learning Point Associates, and Vanderbilt University.
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America's Challenge: Effective Teachers for At-Risk Schools and Students Webcast
Thursday, October 11, 2007 Nike shares
3–4:30 p.m. ET
On October 11, NCCTQ will introduce the biennial report, summarize some of its most important findings, and tell some stories from the fieldwith a focus on teachers of students with special needs. Also included will be some never-before-released polling data on teachers in their first year of teaching, collected by the public opinion firm Public Agenda.
Registration is required for participation. There is no registration fee.
America’s Challenge: Effective Teachers for At-Risk Schools and Students