i)--and time to lengthy preparation requirements, and remain unconnected to "burdensome" and ill-reputed SCDEs
before obtaining paid teaching positions.
Everyone, P-12 and SCDEs
included, exists in a world of standardized assessment and high-stakes testing.
In rare instances, were these efforts the result of active collaboration between the library and the SCDE
faculty members are right to question the political whims, ideological posturing, and contempt for the subtleties of teaching and learning that all too often characterize the policies enacted by state departments and boards of education.
Unlike the Inbound Logistics and SCDE
honors which award companies following evaluation by the publications' editors, the annual Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies awards stem from technology users who submit nominations to the publication.
We analyzed these factors in terms of how the things over which SCDEs
have direct control (e.
What programs within the SCDE
emphasize action research?
Our data suggest that this is a dynamic time for SCDE
regarding partner school work.
Leaping ahead of the industry, Alps has addressed this need with the development of the SCDE
Series 4-in-1 connector.
For the past decade, much of the discussion about the topic of alternative certification for teachers has centered on the tensions between SCDE
and alternative teacher education programs and the relative merits and drawbacks of the two delivery systems--one in which candidates complete initial certification prior to employment and one that provides training to candidates while they are employed as full-time teachers.
The role of SCDE
faculty in school-based research of these reform efforts is more critical than ever.
With each step in the transition, the status of teacher education in institutional priorities dropped and, with it, the status of and identity of the SCDE
(Ducharme, 1987; Ducharme & Agne, 1986).