More Illinois teachers earn National Board Certification

02/23/2009 | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Ill.)

The number of new National Board Certified Teachers in Illinois grew by 37% last year, and educators say the process of examining their own teaching was beneficial. Studies show that National Board Certification also benefits students, with reports showing that students taught by NBCTs outperform their peers who are not.

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