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Characteristics of Effective Alternative Teacher Certification Programs


by Daniel C. Humphrey, Marjorie E. Wechsler & Heather J. Hough — 2008


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 110 Number 1, 2008, p. 1-63
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 12613, Date Accessed: 10/30/2014 11:57:20 AM
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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 Teacher Induction in the Midwest, Teachers for a New Era at California State University at Northridge, National Board Certified Teachers and Low-performing Schools, and Trends in Teacher Content Knowledge. Recent publications include “Sharing the Wealth: National Board Certified Teachers and the Students that Need Them Most” (Humphrey, Koppich, & Hough, 2005, Education Policy Analysis Archives) and “Insights into Alternative Certification: Initial Findings from a National Study” (Humphrey & Wechsler, 2005, Teachers College Record).
  • 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 “Insights into Alternative Certification: Initial Findings from a National Study” (Humphrey & Wechsler, 2005, Teachers College Record).
  • Heather Hough
    SRI International
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    HEATHER J. HOUGH is a research analyst for SRI International’s Center for Education Policy. Much of her recent research has focused on teacher training and professional development and teachers’ roles in school improvement. Recent publications include "Sharing the Wealth: National Board Certified Teachers and the Students that Need Them Most" (Humphrey, Koppich, & Hough, 2005, Education Policy Analysis Archives).
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