Redefining Teacher Education for Digital-Age Learners: A Call to Action
There are many individual efforts aimed at reforming the educational system and there is broad recognition that changes in the educational system will require changes in the roles, knowledge, and skills
of the educational workforce.
Schooling as a Knowledge Profession
Schools need to transition from the bureaucratic industrial-age structures in which they were created a hundred years ago into modern learning and improvement organizations that are suitable to the needs of today.
Outcomes and Accountability in Teacher Education: An Opportune Time for Progress
Efforts to accelerate the pace of improvement in teacher preparation have been underway since at least 1998 when Congress established the Title II teacher quality program and the federal “report card” on preparation program quality.
Preparing Teachers: Building Evidence for Sound Policy
The quality of teachers is increasingly recognized as critical to student learning.
Teacher Education and the American Future
In this article, the author discusses the U.S. context for teacher education, the power of teacher preparation for transforming teaching and learning, and the current challenges for this enterprise in the United States.
The Effects of Experience and Attrition for Novice High-School Science and Mathematics Teachers
Because of the current high proportion of novice high-school teachers, many students’ mastery of science and mathematics depends on the effectiveness of early-career teachers.
Unleashing the Potential of Technology in Education
Technology is reshaping higher education in the U.S., where an explosion in online learning has enabled millions of adults to pursue degrees or certificates across a myriad of fields.
Building an Evidence-Based System for Teacher Preparation
CAEP commissioned a report from Teacher Preparation Analytics (TPA) to help move forward the creation of a more evidence-based system of teacher preparation.