Type of Document Dissertation Author Earley, Penelope M. URN etd-10022007-145344 Title Federal attention to teacher certification and licensure :two policy case studies Degree PhD Department Research and Evaluation Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Hereford, Karl T. Committee Chair Alexander, M. David Committee Member Fortune, Jimmie C. Committee Member Garrison, James W. Committee Member Rohr, John A. Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 1994-02-05 Availability restricted Abstract
Policy case studies are presented on two congressional proposals that, if implemented, may result in implicit or explicit federal government endorsement of particular standards for the licensure or certification of teachers. They are, (a) authorization for the United States Department of Education to award design and implementation grants for programs of alternative teacher credentialing, and (b) appropriation of federal funds to support the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
A discussion of the genesis of each proposal, a review of the legislative history of these two measures, and analysis of supporting rationale for each is included.
Using an analytic framework based on the works of Deborah Stone and Thomas Green, it was determined that unresolved policy conflicts over teacher education governance and content led to federal attention to matters of teacher certification and licensure.
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