CFTL

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CFTLCenter for the Future of Teaching and Learning (Santa Cruz, CA)
CFTLCentral Florida Testing Laboratories (est. 1971)
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The level of high school teacher training is also discouraging; the CFTL (Esch et al., 2005) estimated that 20% of high school mathematics teachers are teaching out of their field of expertise or have not yet completed requirements for a teaching credential.
Sacramento, CA: The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning (CFTL) at WestEd.
Santa Cruz, CA: The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning (CFTL).
In a study of 519 California NBCTs, 92% described their certification experience as challenging (CFTL, 2002).
It is through this ongoing process of professional reflection, analysis, and initiative over several months' time that National Board candidates report learning the most (CFTL, 2002; Chittenden & Jones, 1997; Lustick, 2002; Sato, 2000; Tracz, et al., 1995; Tracz et al., 2005; Vandevoort et al., 2004).
In addition to increased status, respect, and professional authority (Hunzicker, 2006), teachers seek National Board certification for personal fulfillment, salary increases, state stipends, opportunities for teacher leadership, and expanded career options (CFTL, 2002; NBPTS, 2009c; Vandevoort et al., 2004).
Dev.] Difference(a) Sample Size 148 148 -2.72(***) CFTL - -.43 -.12 [1.05] [.89] -4.94(***) CACL - 1.47 2.97 [1.75] [3.24] -6.18(***) NIBTS - -.87 -.08 [1.85] [.36] .58 LDTA + .31 .27 [.99] [.33] -6.67(***) SIZE(b) - 9.54 11.06 [2.00] [1.931 6.31(***) LOS2 + 0.64 .27 [.48] [.44] -2.08(*) CCR - -1.28 -.44 [4.31] [2.30] 6.79(***) DEFAULT + .58 .19 1.49] [.391 -2.25(***) AUDITOR + .73 .84 [.451 [.371 -2.17(*) EXCHANGE - .20 .31 [.40] [.46] -.97 EQUITY - .06 .09 [.24] [.29] -11.29(***) BORROW - .07 .71 [.25] [.46] 2.56(**) REDUCE ?
TABLE 3 Logit Estimation Results: All Models(a) (148GC firms; 148 NGC firms) Model 2 Model 1 Chen and Church Predicted Chen and Model plus Variables Sign Church Model Control Variables Intercept 3.35 3.41 (3.22)(***) (3.15)(***) CFTL - -.61 -.64 (-2.39)(**) (-2.51)(*) CACL - -.61 -.62 (-4.58)(***) (-4.65)(***) NIBTS - -1.32 -1.28 (-2.76)(***) (-2.71)(***) LDTA 4- -.31 .47 (.55) (.81) SIZE - -.35 -.41 (-3.69)(***) (-3.57)(***) LOS2 + -.68 .70 (1.84)(**) (1.88)(**) CCR - .04 .04 (.83) (.86) DEFAULT + 1.79 1.88 (5.25)(***) (5.38)(***) AUDITOR + -0.64 (1.43((*) EXCHANGE - -.32 (-.80) EQUITY - BORROW - REDUCE ?
A comparison of the excluded going-concern firms that had available basic financial ratio data with the sample going-concern firms revealed no significant statistical differences for LOS2, CFTL, CACL, NIBTS, LDTA, or SIZE (see Table 1 for definitions).
TABLE 2 Logistic Regression Results Model: Opinion = f(Compensation Plan, Plan*Size, CR, PCHCR, RLP, CFTL, TLTA, Client Size, Default Status, Audit Structure, Time Period) Wald Predicted Parameter Chi-Square Significance Variable Sign Estimate Statistic (p-value) * Intercept ?
In addition, median cash flows from operations were negative for the pre-SAS59 group (CFTL = -.04) and slightly positive for the SAS59 group (CFTL = .01).
MODEL: Opinion = f(TIME, CR, PCHCR, RLP, CFTL, TLTA, LNSL, DEF)(a)