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#IAmAnNBCT

The #IAmAnNBCT Campaign is a digital media awareness campaign showing off the diverse voices and expertise of National Board Certified Teachers across the Nation. Here are some of their stories! Interested in sharing your National Board story? Follow these instructions and we’ll share your story across our social media! Jose Vilson, NBCT Co-Founder & Executive…

Dr. Mary Vixie Sandy Receives Prestigious James A. Kelly Award

ARLINGTON, VA. — The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards is excited to announce that Dr. Mary Vixie Sandy, the Executive Director of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, received the National Board’s James A. Kelly Award for Advancing Accomplished Teaching on November 11, 2022. The Kelly Award, named after James A. Kelly, Founding President and…

Stop, Look, and Listen: Kilo

“The most basic lesson that all art teaches us is to stop, look, and listen to life on this planet, including our own lives…” – Frederick Buechner As the pandemic stretches into its third year, I wonder when we will stop thinking in terms of “when this is over.” I wonder at all the voices…

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Awarded $14 Million SEED Grant from the US Department of Education to Grow Diverse Board-Certified Teachers

Contact: Lisa Clarke, lclarke@nbpts.org  The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards is excited to announce that the organization has been awarded $14.2 million via the competitive 2022 Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) program.  This support will fund the National Board’s project From the Margins to the Center: Supporting Teacher Diversity, Quality, and Retention. The project…

The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Announces Policy Change Allowing Early Career Teachers Access to Certification, Paired with a Support Program Pilot for Kentucky Educators

The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards is excited to announce a change in policy that will allow early career teachers to begin pursuing National Board Certification as soon as they begin their teaching careers. Previously, educators must have completed three successful years of teaching prior to beginning the National Board Certification process. The policy…

The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Announces Policy Change Allowing Early Career Teachers Access to Certification

The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards is excited to announce a change in policy that will allow early career teachers to begin pursuing National Board Certification as soon as they begin their teaching careers. Previously, educators must have completed three successful years of teaching prior to beginning the National Board Certification process. The policy…

Webinar Replays and Resources

Category: All A New School Year Community And Student And Parent Engagement Equity And Social Justice Growing National Board National Board Candidates Professional Learning Specific Content Area Support For National Board Candidates Teacher Self Care And Sel Virtual Learning – General And Designing Lessons Virtual Tools And Platforms Date Day Time Topic/Resources 7/29 Thursday 11:00…

North Carolina

North Carolina Specific Incentives In North Carolina, NBCTs move to a new salary schedule upon achieving National Board Certification, resulting in a 12 percent salary increase. The state of North Carolina will loan the assessment fee to eligible teachers. The state grants full licensure renewal to all teachers completing the National Board Certification process, regardless…

Maryland

Maryland Specific Incentives: NBCTs actively teaching in Maryland public schools will earn a salary increase of $10,000 dollars. Teachers staying or moving to a low performing school will receive an additional $7,000 added to their salary. Initial and maintenance candidates for National Board Certification who qualify for the Incentive Program for Certification can receive fee…

Texas

Texas Specific Incentives: Through the Teacher Incentive Allotment, NBCTs who are classroom teachers will receive a “Recognized” Designation from the department of education and will therefore be eligible for an annual payment of between $3,000 and $9,000, depending on their school. These payments go directly to an NBCT’s school and usually are transferred to the…