BPK

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AcronymDefinition
BPKBadan Pemeriksa Keuangan (Indonesia)
BPKBlackrock Muni 2018 (stock symbol)
BPKBildarchiv Preussischer Kulturbesitz (German: Image Archive of Prussian Cultural Heritage)
BPKBespak
BPKBlazingtools Perfect Keylogger (software)
BPKB-Cell Progenitor Kinase
BPKBody of Professional Knowledge
BPKBusiness Productivity Kit (software)
BPKBremer Park Ltd
BPKBanking and Payment Authority of Kosova
BPKBytessence PassKeeper
BPKBiangabip Airport (Papua New Guinea)
BPKBurr Pease and Kurtz (law firm)
BPKBig Pink Key (band)
BPKBushman Pump Kit
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This system will ensure that all teachers hired are certified to teach in the area for which they are being hired; that teachers are treated as professionals who have a valuable body of professional knowledge and the ability to make critical decisions; that the resources and flexibility exist to design effective peer mentoring programs for new teachers and teachers who need extra support; and that teachers are offered the resources for and access to ongoing professional development opportunities that meet individual and building-level needs.
Army NCO corps when addressing Colonel Moten's point that "their [the NCO corps] professionalization is incomplete in the areas of formal and theoretical education, accumulation of specialized expertise, and autonomous jurisdiction over a body of professional knowledge. The NCO corps is professionalizing, but not yet professional." I understand that this assertion is not the same as stating the "NCO corps is unprofessional," which one could easily and incorrectly conclude.
Over time, NCOs have come to manifest several of the professional attributes that Huntington, Burk, and Millett define, but their professionalization is incomplete in the areas of formal and theoretical education, accumulation of specialized expertise, and autonomous jurisdiction over a body of professional knowledge. The NCO corps is professionalizing, but not yet professional.