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 OCTOBER 21, 2018 - The NCAE NBCT Network will be hosting a candidate support training session in 2019.  Trainers are now called Professional Learning Facilitators (PLFs) by The National Board.  The date and location of the training are TBD but will likely be a one-day session on a non-school day.  Interested NBCTs are encouraged to apply HERE.


JULY 27, 2018 -   The Knowles Teaching Fellows Program is an intensive and cohesive, five-year program that supports early-career, high school mathematics and science teachers in their efforts to develop teaching expertise and lead from the classroom. Valued at more than $150,000, Knowles Teaching Fellows receive access to a wide range of benefits...


The Knowles Teacher Initiative seeks Fellowship candidates who

* have exceptional content knowledge in the area they intend to teach and who also have the capacity and drive to develop the specialized content knowledge needed to carry out the work of teaching.

* understand that teaching is highly complex, intellectually challenging work and recognize that, regardless of other experiences they may have had, it will take them considerable time and effort to become outstanding teachers.

* have the potential to become leaders who serve as agents of educational improvement for their students within their classrooms, schools, communities, and the profession.


Applications for 2019 Knowles Teaching Fellowships are due by 11:59 pm PST on November 25, 2018. For more information about the Fellowship, visit

https://www.knowlesteachers.org/teaching-fellowship/teaching-fellows-program


JUNE 26, 2018 - Governor Cooper vetoed House Bill 1055 this week which would eliminate three of the current benefit payment options to educators and state employees who retire on or after January 1, 2019. Legislative fiscal staff has indicated that these options are not a cost to the state. The options proposed to be eliminated are social security leveling and two of the survivorship options with a "pop-up" provision. Past attempts to alter the retirement system have been ruled unconstitutional for taking away vested rights from educators and state employees. This could end up losing the state more money than it saves. NCAE is opposed to House Bill 1055 because it takes away an employee benefit and supports Governor Cooper's veto. Contact your legislators here! https://actionnetwork.org/letters/sustain-gov-veto-on-hb-1055?source=direct_link


JUNE 20, 2018 - Join the NCAE NBCT Caucus Network facebook group!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/ncaenbctcaucus/