Teacher quality is one of the most important factors in improving student achievement. As a result, federal and state law, as well as Board of Education and Department of Education strategic plans, set the important goal that all students be taught by a "highly qualified teacher" (HQT). A teacher who holds at least a bachelor's degree, has obtained full State certification, and has demonstrated knowledge in the core academic subjects he or she teaches is designated HQT.|
The links on the left provide important background information on the Department of Education plan to ensure the following:
- Every core academic class taught by a highly qualified teacher and
- Poor and minority children are not taught at higher rates than other children by inexperienced, unqualified, or out-of-field teachers.
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|PDE3 PD Plan - Current Step and Status Information Sheet 09/26/2013,Thur|
Document shows how that current step and status fields in the PDE3 Professional Development Plan changes.
|Powerpoint Presentation from HQT Designee Training 07/25/2013,Thur|
View the Powerpoint used at the 7/25/2013 training held at McKinley CSA
|Private School Equitable Participation SY 2013-2014 07/05/2013,Fri|
Documents for the Private School Equitable Participation Program
|Data Quality Report in LDS for State Id Errors 04/05/2013,Fri|
Use the Data Quality report in the Longitudinal Data System to identify State Id errors in eSIS.
|Substitute Teacher HQT Designation 05/03/2010,Mon|
Substitutes teachers are encouraged to submit documents to become highly qualified under NCLB, Title II, Part A
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