National Board Certified Teachers

NBCT applicants may qualify for reimbursement

The Kentucky Network to Transform Teaching (KNTT) is offering financial assistance to teachers pursuing National Board certification who are from schools without National Board Certified Teachers. To help achieve the goal outlined in a Kentucky statute of having one National Board Certified Teacher in every Kentucky school by 2020, KNTT will reimburse qualified candidates for up to $275 in out-of-pocket [...]

By |2015-09-16T14:46:29-04:00September 17, 2015|

Making time for teacher leadership

With endless to-do lists, it’s reasonable for teachers to hesitate in committing to any extra opportunities outside the classroom. Already over-committed, I contemplated applying to the Kentucky Network to Transform Teaching’s Classroom Teachers Enacting Positive Solutions (CTEPS) program.

By |2019-04-03T14:41:24-04:00August 20, 2015|

Nominations being accepted for CTEPS leadership program

Applications are being accepted for the Kentucky Network to Transform Teaching’s Classroom Teachers Enacting Positive Solutions (CTEPS) program. CTEPS, which is for National Certified Board teachers, gives teachers the skills and knowledge necessary to emerge with confidence and take on leadership at many levels. Based on the Kentucky Teacher Leadership Skills Framework, teachers engage with self-assessment tools as well as [...]

By |2015-12-18T11:08:27-05:00August 13, 2015|

NBCT teachers invited to participate in collaboration

The Ky NT3’s Classroom Teachers Enacting Positive Solutions (CTEPS) initiative is seeking National Board Certified Teachers (NBCT) from across Kentucky to support each other in its work to propose, implement and reflect on solutions to the challenges we face in our classrooms, schools and districts. CTEPS will collaborate throughout the 2015-16 school year to create, research, implement and reflect on [...]

By |2015-07-15T16:03:04-04:00July 16, 2015|

Teachers’ voices make a difference

Terry Holliday A guiding principle for our work in Kentucky is that we do the hard work of reform WITH teachers and not TO teachers. What does this principle look like in practice? In 2011, Kentucky implemented the TELL Kentucky Survey to allow teacher voice on key working conditions such as facilities, resources, leadership, professional development, time, etc. [...]

By |2023-01-04T15:27:50-05:00March 31, 2015|

Gov. Beshear, others recognize Kentucky’s National Board Certified Teachers

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards President and CEO Ron Thorpe talks with Barbara Hines, a National Board Certified librarian who works at Bowling Green Junior High School, and Lynn Hines, Kentucky’s first National Board Certified teacher, following a special recognition ceremony at the Capitol. Photo by Amy Wallot, March 7, 2013 Gov. Steve Beshear yesterday signed a [...]

By |2013-03-08T10:30:45-05:00March 8, 2013|
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