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Implementation Narrative

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2013-2014 Partnership Network Schools

NetSCOPE Research and Inquiry Grant Program

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Network Management Team

Education Core Curriculum

Host/Mentor Criteria and Selection Process

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Partnership Conference for Educational Renewal

Professional Learning Opportunities

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Dates and Events

 

NETwork of Sustained, Collaborative, Ongoing Preparation for Educators

NetSCOPE is designed to accomplish four goals through key strategies and six primary reforms outlined below.  A full copy of the Implementation Narrative can be accessed by grant partners as well as the grant abstract.

 

Goal 1 (Over-Arching):  Improve student academic achievement in our high-need schools.

Key Strategy - Improve the quality of teachers in our high-need districts by providing improved, collaborative professional development of preservice and inservice teachers (beginning and veteran) with a focus on student learning.

Reform 1:  All facets of NetSCOPE will be based on empirically based practice and scientifically valid research.

Goal 2:  Improve professional learning for school-university faculty and teacher candidates.

Key Strategy - Establish a Partnership Network for joint school-university faculty inquiry into educational topics through creation of professional development and partner schools.

Reform 2:  Collaboration outside the teacher education program.

Goal 3:  Strengthen the pre-baccalaureate preparation of teacher candidates.

Key Strategy - Better prepare future educators by strengthening the pre-baccalaureate preparation of teachers and through redesigned, year-long clinical experiences.

Reform 3:  Teacher preparation curriculum changes.
Reform 4:  Admission goals and priorities aligned with LEAs.
Reform 5:  Preparation of prospective teachers to teach college-credit courses.

Goal 4:  Increase support for new teachers in our high-need districts

Key Strategy - Develop and implement three-year induction and mentoring programs serving each cohort of new teachers.

Reform 6:  Develop and implement an induction and mentoring program.

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