The intent of the Teaching, Leading, & Learning Collaborative is to emphasize the critical connectivity between standards implementation and the teacher and leader talent pipeline required to provide high quality instruction to each student, and to support states as they identify and take act
As part of the process of updating the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards, InTASC commissioned a review of research by Peter Youngs of Michigan State University from 1990 to 2011 on the main topics addressed by the standards.
CCSSO, through its Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC), is pleased to offer this set of combined resources that both define and support ongoing teacher effectiveness to ensure
These new model core teaching standards outline what all teachers across all content and grade levels should know and be able to do to be effective in today's learning contexts.
CCSSO and the Aspen Institute released a set of recommendations for forging coherence across common core and educator effectiveness.
This discussion paper is a companion piece to the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards: A Resource for State Dialog (April 2011) and describes pol
State education chiefs across the country know that great teachers inspire, educate, and open doors of opportunity for children of all backgrounds. Achieving the aspiration of a great teacher in every classroom requires state leadership.
This resource addresses legal issues in the use of educator performance assessments as evidence for initial state licensure and for program approval and accountability in educator preparation programs.
This report is a call to action for chiefs and an invitation to our colleagues, especially members of NASBE and NGA who contributed to this report, and those in educator preparation and others interested in transforming entry into the education profession for teachers and principals to join us in