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by Peggy J Blackwell

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ISBN:
0966568737
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Peggy J Blackwell
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National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (1998)
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Master's degrees, as currently configured, offer teachers routes out of the classroom. Blackwell, Peggy . Diez, Mary. The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) is one of the efforts to address the current focus on teacher performance and preparation, and to help with the professionalization and the upgrading of the status of teachers. While traditionally the master's degree is seen as the way to climb the ladder from teaching to a more 'attractive' occupation, the new NBPTS standards provide clear and meaningful benchmarks for a new kind of master's degree. Master's degrees, as currently configured, offer teachers routes out of the classroom.

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