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Former Board Members

Angelique Acevedo-Barron (1993 to 1999)Vice PrincipalNorth High SchoolDenver, CO Joseph Aguerrebere (2003-2011)Former President and CEO, The National Board for Professional Teaching StandardsAssociate Director, Teacher Education and Public School Program at California State UniversityLong Beach, CA Melissa Albright, NBCT (2014-2020)Wilson’s Creek Intermediate SchoolSpringfield, Missouri Gil Alexander (1990 to 1996)Retired Science TeacherColbert, OK Yvonne Allen (2001 to 2006)Regional DirectorTennessee State Department of EducationMemphis, TN Artie N. Almeida (1996 to 2003)Music SpecialistBear Lake Elementary SchoolAltamonte Springs, FL Catherine Anderson, NBCT (2011 – 2020)DeLong Middle SchoolEau Claire, WI Leonard Anderson (1988 to 1996)Retired Librarian and Media SpecialistPortland, OR Julie Ashworth (1995 to 2001)Assistant Professor…

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Why administrators should consider National Board Certification
Yolanda Harman, NBCTAugust 25, 2021

Is NBCT for me?  Of course! In the year 2000 when I achieved National Board certification, nobody in my district had attempted nor had achieved certification. So I decided to take that plunge! I initially sought National Board certification because I wanted to continue to build my mastery of teaching and I thought going through the process would be a challenge, and ultimately worthwhile. Turns out, there are also some potential, and enticing incentives waiting around the corner for administrators with National Board Certification. Money should never be the motivator for growing professionally (although it does not hurt)!   Why NBCT? …

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How I Came To Pursue National Board Certification…A Look Back
Akinyi J. Edmonds, NBCTDecember 22, 2015

In 1998, a colleague came to my classroom and talked with me about National Board Certification – a new challenge for accomplished teachers. She had recently earned certification and suggested that I pursue it because she believed I was good enough! She based her conclusion on student work on the walls and by passing my classroom regularly and hearing my teaching voice spill into the hallways. My initial steps to pursue Board certification I learned more including the fact that Board certification was the highest K-12 certification you could earn. My colleague was honest, telling me that it was time…

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Staff

Meet Our Team We’re proud to work with an amazing group of people who have a wide range of interests, backgrounds and experiences, including several Board-certified teachers and other education professionals. While our office is based in Arlington, you’ll find many of us in various sites across the country working with partners, networks and a variety of stakeholders to elevate accomplished teaching at the national, state and district level.

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From the Memoir of a Teacher
Akinyi J. Edmonds, NBCTAugust 10, 2017

The Top Three Things Every North Carolina Teacher Should Experience Before Exiting the Teaching Field Note:  I’m from North Carolina and this post focuses on my experiences there. But the blog is relevant to teachers across the country. Get Board-certified. Renew your certification. And, stay in the classroom and find the right ways to rejuvenate yourself and your practice. These are win-wins for all teachers, no matter where you’re from. I am a veteran business education teacher in North Carolina and my journey has been a win-win discovery for me and my students for more than 20 years. There are…

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Letting go of “We’ve always done it this way” (Part 2 of 3)
David B. Cohen, NBCTJuly 5, 2016

If you want to start with Part One in this series of blog posts, here’s the link, though the sequencing is not essential. Being a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) is a source of pride for me, providing both a sense of professional accomplishment and sense of professional companionship with leaders in my field. The certification process provides us with a shared set of concepts and terms we can use to guide our ongoing learning and the improvement of our practices. Sometimes, the quest for improvement keeps us in comfortable territory, eager to try new materials and lessons that fit…

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Following to a T – and add a rap!
Nicholas Westfall, NBCTJanuary 12, 2021

I was in sixth grade during the “No Child Left Behind” era. I was told to choose a career path and somehow determine whether I should take advanced placement, college-prep, or college-tech prep courses in high school. I was eleven years old. I had no career in mind so, with tears in my eyes, I asked my father, “What should I do?” “Well, Nick, you can be anything you want… Just as long as it’s not retail.” My father explained how much he hated working weekends and the absurdly long hours from Thanksgiving to Christmas. I was convinced, but his…

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Board Members

The National Board is governed by a 29-member board of directors, the majority of whom are National Board Certified Teachers and teaching professionals. The other directors include a former state commissioner of education, school board leaders, higher education officials, union leaders, and community leaders.

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Certification Council

The Certification Council was established by the NBPTS Board of Directors to guide implementation and evaluation of National Board’s certification program. The Council evaluates, prepares and proposes policies to the Board of Directors regarding the certification program, focusing on standards and assessment development and revision.

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Technical Advisory Group

The Technical Advisory Group was established by the National Board to support assessment, psychometric, and certification efforts by providing guidance to the Certification Council and staff on best practices related to validity, reliability, accuracy, and fairness.

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