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Insights into Alternative Certification: Initial Findings From a National Study


by Daniel C. Humphrey & Marjorie E. Wechsler — 2007


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 109 Number 3, 2007, p. 483-530
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 12145, Date Accessed: 10/18/2017 5:59:35 PM
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  • Daniel Humphrey
    SRI International
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    DANIEL C. HUMPHREY is the Associate Director for SRI International’s Center for Education Policy. His research is focused on teacher policy and urban school reform. He currently leads studies of alternative certification, of National Board Certified Teachers and low-performing schools, and of small high schools in New York City. Recent publications include “Sharing the Wealth: National Board Certified Teachers and the Schools that Need Them Most” (Humphrey, Koppich, &Hough, 2005, Evaluation of Educational Policy Archives).
  • Marjorie Wechsler
    SRI International
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    MARJORIE E. WECHSLER is a senior policy analyst for SRI International’s Center for Education Policy. Much of her recent work has concentrated on teacher development throughout the teaching career including preparation, induction, and continuing professional development. She also specializes in school- and district-level reform and understanding how districts can be supportive of the work of schools and promote strong instructional practices. Recent publications include The Status of the Teaching Profession 2003 (Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning, 2003, with colleagues), and Alternative Certification: Design for a National Study (SRI International, 2002, with colleagues).
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