Opinion: N.C. study outlines importance of NBCTs in the classroom

12/15/2009 | Carrboro Citizen (N.C.), The

Students in high school and elementary school taught by National Board Certified Teachers perform better than their peers taught by teachers without the national certification, according to a recent North Carolina study. Students in middle school taught by NBCTs perform the same as those who are not. Chris Fitzsimon, the executive director of N.C. Policy Watch, argues that the study confirms National Board Certification is an important tool in improving student achievement.

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