State Teaching Standards Reviewed Kansas Professional Education Standards

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State Teaching Standards Reviewed Kansas Professional Education Standards Kentucky Kentucky Teacher Performance Standards Louisiana General Competencies Maine Common Core Teaching Standards Maryland Essential Dimensions of Teaching Massachusetts Professional Standards for Teachers Michigan MI-InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards Minnesota Standards of E ff ective Practice for Teachers (8710.2000) Mississippi Model Core Teaching Standards Missouri Teaching Standards Montana Teaching Standards (10.58.501) Nebraska Nebraska’s Performance Framework for Teachers Nebraska Framework Levels of Performance: Teacher Nevada Model Core Teaching Standards New Hampshire Professional Education Requirements New Jersey NJ Professional Standards for Teachers New Mexico New Mexico Teacher Competencies New York New York State Teaching Standards North Carolina North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards North Dakota Uniform Teacher Professional Standards Ohio Ohio Standards for the Teaching Profession 68 76 77 78 79 80 81 newamerica.org/education-policy/reports/culturally-responsive-teaching/ 42
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State Teaching Standards Reviewed Oklahoma InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards Oregon Oregon Model Core Teaching Standards Pennsylvania InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards Rhode Island Rhode Island Professional Teaching Standards South Carolina South Carolina Teaching Standards 4.0 South Dakota South Dakota Framework for Teaching Tennessee InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards Texas Teacher Standards (RULE §149.1001) Utah Utah E ff ective Teaching Standards Vermont InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards Virginia Virginia Standards for the Professional Practice of Teachers Washington Washington Teacher Standards-Based Benchmarks Washington Cultural Competency Standards West Virginia West Virginia Professional Teaching Standards Wisconsin Wisconsin Teacher Standards Wyoming InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards InTASC Model Core Standards InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards and Learning Progressions for Teachers 1.0 68 82 82 84 85 85 newamerica.org/education-policy/reports/culturally-responsive-teaching/ 43
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Notes 1 William J. Hussar and Tabitha M. Bailey, Projection s of Education Statistics to 2022: Forty- fi rst Edition (Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics, February 2014), pubs2014/2014051.pdf. 2 Gloria Ladson-Billings, "From the Achievement Gap to the Education Debt: Understanding Achievement in US schools," Educational Researcher 35, no. 7 (2006): 3–12, 10.3102/0013189X035007003. 3 Ulrich Boser, Megan Wilhelm, and Robert Hanna, The Power of the Pygmalion E ff ect: Teachers’ Expectations Strongly Predict College Completion (Washington, DC: Center for American Progress, 2014), https:// fi les.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ ED564606.pdf; Nora Gordon, Disproportionality in Student Discipline: Connecting Policy to Research (Washington, DC: Brookings Institute, January 2018), disproportionality-in-student-discipline-connecting- policy-to-research/; and Valenzuela, Subtractive Schooling: US-Mexican Youth and the Politics of Caring
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