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Improving the Skills and Credentials of Migrant, Seasonal and American Indian/Alaska Native Head Start Teachers: Building from Within (2010)



 

This White Paper describes the hurdles that teachers in Head Start’s migrant and seasonal and American Indian and Alaska Native communities face in pursuing degrees and credentials; puts the challenges they face in context; and offers promising practices and recommendations that can strengthen this teacher corps and build the Head Start program’s cultural and linguistic expertise. NACCTEP Executive Board members contributed to the development of this document, and NACCTEP member colleges are cited within.

 

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The State of Affairs (2009)

 

In November 2008, the National Science Foundation funded a meeting of a group of leaders from two-year colleges (including NACCTEP Executive Board members) and STEM professional organization to discuss the state of STEM teacher preparation in the United States. The outcome of this meeting was a report, The State of Affairs: Impact and Implications of STEM Teacher Education at Two-Year Colleges. This report addresses current practices, challenges, and recommendations for future action related to STEM teacher preparation at two-year colleges.



 

Contributors believe this publication will inform institutions wanting to initiate or enhance their STEM teacher preparation, and guide policy makers as they forge legislation to enhance STEM education in the U.S.

 

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Teaching by Choice (2008)

 

The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), in partnership with NACCTEP and with support from the National Science Foundation, is pleased to announce the release of Teaching by Choice: Community Colleges Expand K–12 STEM Pathways and Practices, a report of recommendations for community college practice in post-baccalaureate teacher education and professional development programs for current and future K–12 teachers in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology generated during the ‘Teaching by Choice: Beyond 2+2’ conference. The conference was held as a pre-conference to the NACCTEP 2008 national conference, Leaping to New Heights in Community College Teacher Education Programs.

 

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