Are NBCTs underutilized in Mississippi?

05/19/2013 | Center for Teaching Quality

Though about 10% of Mississippi's teachers are National Board Certified, schools in the state are among the lowest performers nationwide, writes NBCT Renee Moore. In this blog post, Moore writes about her experience at the recent Mississippi NBCT Summit, which featured NBPTS President Ron Thorpe. Moore writes that many NBCTs no longer are in the classroom or are clustered in just a few counties -- leading Moore and others to conclude that NBCTs are being underutilized in the state.

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