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Document Number: 5948

National Board Certification Successfully Identifies Effective Teachers - This two-page brief summarizes the findings of a study on the effectiveness of National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) certification in identifying teachers who raise student achievement. Findings include: National Board Certified Teachers (1) are more effective at raising student achievement than teachers who pursue, but fail to obtain NBPTS certification; (2) are more effective at raising student achievement outside of the year in which they apply than teachers who do not pursue NBPTS certification; and (3) have a greater impact with younger and low-income students. Questions on the cost effectiveness of NBPTS certification have yet to be resolved. The full report also is available online. (Dan Goldhaber and Emily Anthony, Center on Reinventing Public Education, March 2004)...


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